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#Staymarried: A Couples Devotional: 30-Minute Weekly Devotions to Grow In Faith And Joy from I Do to Ever After Paperback – May 23, 2017
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About the Author
MICHELLE PETERSON loves love! But once she got married, she realized that love was not something to find, but something to cultivate, nurture, and grow. After witnessing far too many of her dear friends experience the devastating pain of divorce, she set out to understand as much as she could about what it takes to make a marriage last and then to share that knowledge with everyone she knew.
Michelle began as the author of dozens of tweets ending with the hashtag: #staymarried, which evolved into what is now The #staymarried Blog and Podcast on which she works together with her husband to serve hundreds of thousands of couples around the world with her approachable encouragements and research-based tools. Michelle lives with her husband and their three daughters. Learn more at staymarriedblog.com.
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Top Customer Reviews
What I've noticed is that this most important marriage suffers from the same (and I mean the SAME) problems (give or take) as the one that failed. Not a good realization.
Michelle's book (and the website, and the podcast) have helped me see at least some of the concrete ways my communication style fails at critical times. Spending 30 minutes a week with my wife, talking about bite-sized ideas and issues, might seem like--literally--the least I could do. But kind of like a mustard seed and faith, doing such reaps rewards for us we never expected. And conflict, because that can't be avoided, either.
I'm thankful for a resource like this that gets right to the heart of each matter, bases itself in real academic resources, roots itself in faith (without clique-y exclusivity), and doesn't assume there's a cookie-cutter answer to every problem between these two people who are undertaking the breathtakingly brave step of intertwining their lives.
What I love about this book compared to other devotionals we've tried is that it is current, relatable - not cheesy or overly religious - and broadly researched instead of relying mainly on one source or perspective. Thank you for combining a biblical perspective with research and common sense, instead of "the Bible says it, so it's true even though I've taken it completely out of context and original language." Highly recommend!