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  • Paperback: 208 pages
  • Publisher: Bethany House Publishers (October 1, 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0764210114
  • ISBN-13: 978-0764210112
  • Product Dimensions: 8.4 x 5.4 x 0.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 11.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (81 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #482,119 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Do You Really Know Your Husband?


Your husband learned from an early age to deny his true feelings--and to be silent about his deepest needs. Most men long for greater intimacy with their wives, but they have no idea how to find it.

Bestselling author David Murrow breaks the silence--uncovering the central secret of your spouse's heart. He reveals what every husband since Adam has felt but has been unwilling or unable to say.

If you really want to know what's stored up in your husband's heart, read this book. You'll not only understand him better, you'll love and respect him more.



David Murrow is the world's foremost expert on the subject of men and church. He's the author of the bestseller Why Men Hate Going to Church. You may have seen him on Fox News Channel, PBS, or in the New York Times talking about Christianity's gender gap. He's the director of Church for Men, an organization that helps churches connect with the world's largest unreached people group. He lives in Alaska with his wife, three children, and three grandsons.

About the Author

David Murrow is the bestselling author of Why Men Hate Going to Church and director of Church for Men, which works to restore a healthy masculine spirit in churches. A sought-after expert and speaker on men's issues, he spent twenty years honing his skills as a communicator producing and writing award-winning TV documentaries, commercials, and specials. David has a degree in anthropology. He and his wife have three children and live in Chugiak, Alaska. Learn more at www.churchformen.com.

More About the Author

David Murrow is not the kid of guy you'd expect to write books about men and church. He's not a pastor, professor or theologian. He's just a guy in the pews who noticed a disturbing trend: churches are losing their men and boys.

So in 2001, he started doing some research, which led to his first book, Why Men Hate Going to Church. To everyone's surprise, it became an inspirational bestseller, with more than 100,000 copies in print. His efforts have spawned articles in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and the Chicago Tribune, to name a few. You may have seen him on PBS, the NBC Nightly News, or the Fox News Channel talking about Christianity's gender gap.

David was raised in Texas, but has lived in Alaska since 1985. He's a television producer and writer by trade. He's worked for just about every channel on the dial - from ABC to the Travel Channel. One of his specialties is political advertising. In fact, he wrote and produced Sarah Palin's first TV commercial back in 2002.

David has been married to Gina since 1984, and they have three children, two grandchildren and a dachshund that thinks she's a grandchild. To contact David, send an e-mail to: admin@churchformen.com.

Customer Reviews

This book was an interesting read.
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The book was truly eye-opening for me and has given me a better understanding and appreciation for my husband, and for men in general.
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Reading this book has opened my eyes to my husband's needs and helped me to see why he does the things he does.
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24 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Leigh on December 10, 2012
Format: Paperback
It's taken me a while to get around to this review because I'm somewhat between two opinions about this book. On one hand, What Your Husband Isn't Telling You is a well-written, informative read. On the other hand, it's also a book of generalities, many of which I don't feel apply to my marriage. For example, consider chapters 12 and 14, "Why You Like Church Better Than He Does" and "Why Your Husband Has a Hard Time Doing Spiritual Stuff." My husband's a pastor. On his days off, you know what he wants to do? Go to church and hear someone else preach. So yeah--not so much. Then, there was this conversation we had when I was reading chapter 11 "Why He Won't Share His Feelings."

Dh: What Your Husband Isn't Telling You. Sounds interesting. Should I know what I'm not telling you?
Me: Well, apparently you aren't sharing your true feelings with me because I've trained you not to by punishing you whenever you say something I don't like.
Dh: Really?
Me: That's basically what this says. So are you afraid to share your true feelings with me?
Dh: Nope.
Me: You sure?
Dh: Pretty sure.
Me: Because if you were afraid to share your true feelings with me you might not be sharing your true feelings with me now and just telling me what you think I want to hear. And how would I know?
Dh: You want to know what I'm thinking right now?
Me: Sure.
Dh: I'm wondering what I have to say so you'll stop talking and let me go to sleep.
Me: That would do it.

So anyway--that was kind of my feeling through most of the book. Well written, interesting, but is it true of my husband? Sometimes yes, sometimes no. I think that's something most women will find. Books like this are by necessity written about generalities and stereotypes.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Lisa on October 16, 2012
Format: Paperback
What a fantastic book! There is no way I could recommend this book enough. You want a better relationship with your man, read it now! It is written by a man who seems to be extremely straight forward in speech. You WILL be offended and enlightened, however by the end you WILL know your husband.

The beginning of this book book through the beginning of manhood. How God made man, why he thinks, feels, talks, and acts the way he does. Man has "Provider" speaking in one ear and "Protector" speaking in the other ear. Provider and Protector are the basics. It easy after reading this to understand why a man does what he does. He can't help it.

The rest of the book goes through explaining a man's brain, soul, body and spirit. David Murrow doesn't hold anything back about man's secrets, longings and needs.

Appreciate him, respect him, love him, and initiate sex often... It's really that easy!

This book was given to me by Bethany House Publishers in exchange for an honest review. The entire review is my own opinion.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By jesusbookgirl on October 13, 2012
Format: Paperback
What Your Husband Isn't Telling You by David Murrow is one of those blunt in your face books. This book is for wives and mother's with sons. This book talks about the inner thinking process of man, but not only that. It's the facts of what has happened to him in recent years, how his mind functions, why his mind functions the way it does, and how we as wives can promote a healthy relationship with him.

As I'm typing I'm trying to get you to understand the importance of this book. There will be plenty of women who will be offended by this book, trust me I can imagine the sneers and jabs, but this is a man talking from his heart about the struggles of man. This book isn't pretty, it isn't written to appease women. Sometimes we women will put grace into truth. I'm not saying that's bad, it's how we're made and it balances man. This book is the ugly truth, and the realization of that made me stop and think how can I pray for my husband and son differently? This world is set up to make them fail in numerous places. We as wives and mom's can be buffers in a world that means to drag them down. The reason why I am saying mom's too is because your son will be growing up in this world, they will deal with the same issues your husband does. Wouldn't it be prudent to start praying for him now? That's why dear readers, I am highly encouraging you to read this book! This isn't a book to make a woman feel jiggly and gooey inside, it's a wake up call to get your man back as the head of your household. If you're not desiring that, I wouldn't suggest you read this book it will only make you angry. If you're not a Christian, this book will probably make you angry too :) But if you are a woman who truly wants to understand what your husband or son is going through I highly suggest this book.
Go ahead buy it now, don't hesitate :)

*This book was given to me via netgalley in hopes of my honest opinion and I honestly gave it.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Johanna Livingstone on January 7, 2013
Format: Paperback
I have to admit to you that I did not like this book. Really dislike writing a negative review and I rarely do but in this case...

In the beginning of the book the author had my attention. He wrote things about men that intrigued me and held my interest. However, once past the interesting sections...it was downright irritating to me.

I don't know that a man can write a book for women about their men and hit the nail on the head in all cases...or perhaps no cases. This could just be about the man that the author is.

The author gives advice as to how to help a man become what he was born to be.

I believe what a woman ought to do is to pray and be led by the Holy Spirit and to pray also for her husband.

I don't believe a woman ought to become quiet about the issues she faces with her husband.

I received this book for free from Bethany House in exchange for a book review. I was not required to write a favorable review. (which is obvious) Freely I have received and freely I give.
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