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About the author
Dorothy Greco and her husband, Christopher, have spent their entire twenty-five-year marriage helping men and women create and sustain healthy marriages. They have served numerous churches in the Greater Boston area for thirty years. Dorothy's writing has been featured in "Relevant Magazine," "Christianity Today," "Sojourners," and "Her.meneutics." She is a regular contributor for "Gifted for Leadership," "Today's Christian Woman," and "Start Marriage Right." The Grecos have three sons and live near Boston.
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And I thought. . .
The authors suggested couples read and study this book. Don't let that scare you off. My wonderful husband isn't one to pick up this kind of book. Maybe yours isn't either.
As women we are wired to have a desire to Making our Marriage(s) Beautiful. Our husbands are too but in a different way. I applaud the husband that will take the step and read and respond to to this powerful resource.
As a woman who does have a desire to be a Godly woman and helpmeet for my husband I am always looking for God's help and am open to any resource at my disposal.
Making Marriage Beautiful is that resource. Written in an easy to read format I was engaged and eager to read each part. I liked that the sections within the chapters were short.
I find myself catching snippets of time to read and I think that most women are like that.
Each section can be read in a few minutes. But a wealth of information is within.
Personally I liked that the author interviewed other couples and shared their stories and their solutions to their own personal struggles.
This is a book that I would recommend to any couple that has a desire to grow together in the way that God intends.
This is a book that would be a great resource for a church library.
I received a complimentary copy from Litfuse.
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