By Allender, Dan B.,, Longman, Tremper, III
Publisher: InterVarsity Press
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What happens when you fail your spouse?
How does forgiveness work in marriage?
Dan B. Allender and Tremper Longman III have together written this inductive Bible study guide to help couples build healthy and happy marriages. Through six study sessions for individuals, couples or groups, they encourage you to examine dynamics of conflict and forgiveness that can keep your marriage strong.
Intimate Marriage Bible studies bring spouses into deeper communion with God and with each other. In marriage a man and a woman are called to leave their families of origin, to weave their individual lives into a unity and to cleave to each other. How can fallen human beings even begin to contemplate this ideal--God's ideal?
These studies will help you take small but real steps toward honoring the image of God in each other and living out God's goal for marriage. As you explore and respond to Scripture together, you will discover strength and beauty in your marriage and become even more intimate companions.
|Release Date: July 2005||Pages: 64|
|Binding: Paperback||Print Size: |
|Height: .15 inches||Width: 5.56 inches|
|Length: 8.04 inches||Weight: .18 pounds|
Dan Allender is a professor at the Department of
Biblical Counseling at Colorado Christian
University in Morrison, Colorado. He is the
founder of Wounded Heart Ministries, where he
regularly speaks and conducts seminars on a
variety of Christian life topics. Dan also
maintains a private counseling practice.
Dan and Bible scholar Tremper Longman III combined their expertise to tackle the subject of marriage in their books Bold Love and Intimate Allies, as well as
their 1994 Gold Medallion finalist, The Cry of
the Soul. Dan Allender's other book, The
Wounded Heart, was released in 1990.
Dan holds a bachelor's degree in
Philosophy/Religion, a Master of Divinity from
Westminster Theological Seminary, a Master of
Science in Counseling, and a Ph.D. in Counseling
Psychology from Michigan State University. He
was ordained by the Presbyterian Church in
America in 1978 and is currently affiliated with
an independent Bible Church in Littleton,
Colorado. He and his wife, Rebecca, reside in
Littleton, Colorado, with their three children
and are involved in a small group commitment to
help other couples and families grow in Christ
as a community.
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