From the Back Cover
Michael McManus's popular Marriage Savers is filled with concrete, biblical advice for those serious about saving marriage. New material in this revised, expanded edition includes: - Three ways churches can help the separated to reconcile - Three strategies to help the divorced heal their wounds - A proven way to reduce the divorce rate in stepfamilies - Evidence that "the greatest untapped resource to save marriages" is a couple with a strong marriage willing to mentor others - The means to jump-start a dozen "marriage saver" reforms in many churches in a metro area at one time Marriage Savers is the definitive book on how to build a lifelong marriage. Any church adopting a single reform pioneered by one church could push its own divorce rate below 10 percent. Learn about a premarital inventory that can predict with 86 percent accuracy which engaged couples are most likely to have a marriage that will end in divorce. Read about Marriage Encounter, which prompts nearly nine out of ten married couples to fall back in love.
About the Author
Michael McManus writes a syndicated newspaper column, "Ethics and Religion," and co-directs marriage preparation with his wife, Harriet, at Fourth Presbyterian Church in Bethesda, Maryland.