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"Our culture has lied to us: romantic love is not a blissfully perfect state of being. Truly loving someone requires sacrifice and involves pain. After the honeymoon, we find out that marriage is not what we expected. It is much more difficult than we ever thought, but it can also be much more wonderful than we ever dreamed."
Renovating Your Marriage Room by Room peers inside the rooms of married couples' shared living spaces like we've never seen before. Sitting in the living room relaxing and/or watching TV or reading a book is only the beginning of what goes on in that room. Come and explore the rooms of your house as Dr. Johnny C. Parker Jr. takes us on a tour from the foundation to the fence on how God can be glorified in our homes ... room by room.
DR. JOHNNY C. PARKER, JR. is a certified Christian counselor and leadership coach. For more than ten years he conducted marriage conferences with FamilyLife Ministries. He also led Building Lasting Relationships seminars at McLean Bible Church in the DC area. Currently he serves as chaplain for the Washington Redskins and speaks for Iron Sharpens Iron and the Man in the Mirror conferences. Dr. Parker is married to his best friend, Lezlyn, and they have three sons. The Parkers reside in the Washington, DC, area.
I really enjoyed this book. Some marriage books are not helpful or interesting but this book is set up in a way that kept my interest and I think the author has has some great... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Mikeylynn
I would STRONGLY recommend this book for not only married couples at any stage but even for those planning to get married or hoping to re-marry after divorce. Read morePublished 16 months ago by bluangel4
This book reminds us that we all have thing to continue to work on in our marriage. Thank you for such a great book!Published 21 months ago by Crystal
I bought this book at an intense time, as my marriage is under spiritual warfare. However this book was right on time. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Briana Myricks