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My Woman’s Place Is in the Kitchen is a book that challenges your eyes to not only look at what they see but also see what they’re looking at. This book will take you to a cross and show you every road; it will fill that void in your relationship with things of substance. For most women, tall, dark and handsome is fine if you’re just looking, but if you want to see, strong, thick minus the lie is the vision this book empowers. After reading this book prayerfully, you’ll understand the enormous differences between a marriage and a partnership, is he cheating on you or cheating for you.$14.99 Select options
Baby Boomers come together in this biographical story a couples Journey through life together. From birth to currently over 41 years of marriage, good times and bad times they have persevered as the climb has been steep. Thoughts of giving up came but with God’s help they have made it through. Their wedding vows were for better and for worse, in sickness and in health not forsaking each other. Their life story Christians and Husband and Wife travelling this journey together their story and sharing as they present “OUR LIFES ADVENTUOROUS JOURNEY.”
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Michael W. Cotie is pastor of a small Baptist Church in Dayton Texas. Dr. Cotie attained his Bachelor’s degree from Louisiana Baptist University and attained a thM and a thD from Slidell Baptist Seminary. The story of life and married for 41 plus years and a native of the Houston area, Mike and Debra have travelled to over 22 states in their lives and have had a great experience as they sought to accomplish God’s will for their lives. Baby boomers who have remained steadfast on their journey through life.$12.99 Select options
Husbands and wives in an unhappy marriage inevitably find themselves on the horns of a dilemma. While part of them is unable to continue to hold on, another part of them is unable to let go. In the terms that To Divorce or Not to Divorce puts it, they are unable to decide whether to go forward and end their marriage by getting a divorce or to go back and attempt to work on the problems in their marriage in an attempt to save it. That is their dilemma, and they will commonly remain frozen in indecision not only for months on end but often, for many years. It is the purpose of To Divorce or Not to Divorce to help those locked in such indecision to resolve their conflict by answering this question. Moreover, it is anticipated that they will be able to do that by the time they finish reading the book. Why do husbands and wives have such difficulty making this decision? More importantly, why do they so often feel that the mental health professionals to whom they turned for help were not able to help them? It is the thesis of this book that the answer to both of these questions is the same. They and the mental health professionals to whom they turned to were asking the wrong question. In the terms that To Divorce or Not to Divorce puts it, they were lost because they were using the wrong road map. It was a road map that caused them to focus their attention on the symptoms of their problems rather than on their cause. The books purpose is to give them a better road map, one which will encourage them to ask the right question and, in doing so, resolve their conflict. That is the burden of part I of the book. Part II is intended to help them once they have made that decision. Whether they decide to go forward and end their marriage or go back and address the problems in their marriage, they are going to need help. All too often, however, the help that husbands and wives get, whether from lawyers or from mental health professionals, doesn’t help. On the contrary, it only makes things worse. The burden of part II is to enable them to avoid this.
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Lenard Marlow, a graduate of Columbia Law School, spent more than fifty years of his professional life helping husbands and wives address personal and practical problems that they found themselves faced with as a result of their decision to divorce. His experience is unique in that in that he worked both as a traditional divorce lawyer (he is a fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers) and then, for the last thirty-five years, as a divorce mediator (he is the past president of the New York State Council on Divorce Mediation). He has lectured and put on trainings on the subject of divorce mediation throughout North and South America and in Europe. He has also written many books on the subject for the general public (including The Two Roads To Divorce and Common Sense, Legal Sense and Nonsense About Divorce) as well as for the academic legal community and the divorce mediation community (including Divorce Mediation: A Practice in Search of a Theory and Divorce Mediation: A New Vision of the Law).$10.68 Select options
Marriage is like dancing. To learn to dance, you follow the steps on a paper chart, placing each foot in the footsteps on the floor as indicated-but it takes lots of practice to dance fluidly with great finesse.
Often when we marry, we believe we are in love and marriage can’t get any better. However, there will be times where we swing and our partner sways. There are going to be times when both partners are fighting for the lead. At other times we just melt together and everything is totally synchronized. Is it possible to keep that synchronization forever?
In We Danced, author Lin Sons presents a story-like couples devotional using her 40-year marriage intertwined with a theme of dance. Lin offers life lessons applicable to any couple, whatever their own personal story. Each life lesson is followed by a dance tip designed to bring couples finesse in their dance of marriage.
The message in We Danced is clear: the marriage dance takes lots of practice. By invitation, the Lord provides the strength, joy and finesse.
About the Author
Lin Sons completed her BA in Biblical Studies at Atlantic Coast Bible College and Seminary. As a relationship coach to women and couples, Lin encourages them to apply biblical principles to everyday living. She was married to Buck for forty years; she has two children.$2.99–$29.99 Select options