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1   The challenge of the disciplined life : Christian reflections on money, sex & powerby Foster, Richard J.( 1989)   In
Location: Main Library /  248.4 Fos
The Challenge of the Disciplined Life explores the three great ethical themes crucial to people of faith living faithfully. Drawing upon practical examples, Richard J. Foster guides the reader in day-to-day ethical decision making while helping each of us determine "the proper place in Christian life of money, sex, and power."
 

2   Living in the Heat of Battle : the incredible journey of men caught in a marriage gone bad.by Simmons, Willard R.( 2008)   In
Location: Main Library /  248.842 Sim
Perhaps there is no greater test of our theology than when we find ourselves responding to the trials of life. And one of the greatest challenges we face in life has to do with problems in relationships. When it comes to family, marriage, friendships and working relationships, we find tremendous opportunities for putting doctrine into practice. Will Simmons has taken one of those potential relationship challenges and outlined an approach for applying biblical truth. For the man in a difficult marriage, who wants to please Christ and find victory" in the heat of the battle," this book will prove to be a helpful resource.
 

3   Every Man's Marriage : Every woman's desire : every man's guide to... winning the heart of a womanby Arterburn, Stephen, 1953-( 2001)   In
Location: Main Library /  248.8425 Art
In Every Man's Marriage, you can discover the common misconceptions about what it means to exercise biblical authority and understand the role of submission in the marriage relationship. This groundbreaking book can help men grasp and apply essential but often overlooked principles for marital leadership.
 

4   What wives wish their husbands knew about womenby Dobson, James C., 1936-( 1975)   In
Location: Main Library /  248.8425 Dob
Dr. Dobson's suggestions for marital happiness are interesting, practical, and humorous.
 

5   A husband after God's own heartby George, Jim, 1943-(c2004)   In
Location: Main Library /  248.8425 Geo
The closer a husband is to God, the closer he will grow to his wife. That’s why it’s so vital for husbands to pursue God’s heart and get to know His perfect design for the man’s role in the marriage relationship.Jim George addresses 12 areas of a husband’s life, providing men with powerful and practical applications for becoming a husband after God’s own heart.
 

6   The exemplary husband : a Biblical perspectiveby Scott, Stuart, Dr.(c2000)   In
Location: Main Library /  248.8425 Sco
The overall purpose of The Exemplary Husband is to assist husbands toward purposeful and lasting Christlikeness for the glory of God
 

7   If only he knewby Smalley, Gary.(c1988)   In
Location: Main Library /  248.8425 Sma
Gary Smalley explains a woman's deepest needs, shows a man how to meet those needs, and gives ten simple steps to strengthen any marriage.
 

8   Sacred influence : what a man needs from his wife to be the husband she wantsby Thomas, Gary (Gary Lee)(c2006)   In
Location: Main Library /  248.8425 Tho
This book demonstrates how women can inspire, influence, and help their husbands move in positive directions. Replacing your plan of action with God's leads to a marital transformation where both partners are moving in sync, the way God intended. Gary Thomas draws concepts from his bestseller, Sacred Marriage, and outlines practical applications you can start using today. He also shows how marriages were transformed through these methods employed by real-life women. In these pages, you'll also find a fresh perspective to help you understand your husband: the view of the marriage relationship through a man's eyes. Thomas gives you insider information on how men think, feel, and can truly be motivated.
 

9   Let me be a woman : notes to my daughter on the meaning of womanhoodby Elliot, Elisabeth.(c1976)   In
Location: Main Library /  248.843 Ell
“In order to learn what it means to be a woman, we must start with the One who made her.” Working from Scripture, well-known speaker and author Elisabeth Elliot shares her observations and experiences in a number of essays on what it means to be a Christian woman, whether single, married, or widowed.
 

10   For women only: what you need to know about the inner lives of menby Feldhahn, Shaunti Christine.( 2013)   In
Location: Main Library /  248.843 Fel
Why your respect means more to him than your love.
 

11   For women only: what you need to know about the inner lives of menby Feldhahn, Shaunti Christine.(c2004)   In
Location: Main Library /  248.843 Fel Copy 2
Why your respect means more to him than your love.
 

12   To love, honor, and vacuum : When you feel more like a maid than a wife and motherby Gregoire, Sheila Wray, 1970-(c2003)   In
Location: Main Library /  248.843 Gre
In her book Sheila wants to show you that, by refocusing your priorities and changing the way you work, you can improve your situation even if your circumstances don't change.
 

13   When he doesn't believe : help and encouragement for women who feel alone in their faithby Kennedy, Nancy, 1954-(c2001)   In
Location: Main Library /  248.843 Ken
If you love a man who is not committed to Christ, you may feel frustrated, guilty, or anxious; discouraged and lonely. You likely worry about how your husband’s beliefs–or lack of them–will affect your children. Perhaps you, like so many women, have tried to “help” your husband find or deepen his relationship with God–only to find that you have, unbelievably, pushed him farther away. You may be wondering, “What do I do now?” Or, worse, you may have lost all hope. God is still in control. Speaking from experience, Nancy Kennedy offers biblical truth, practical help, and comforting insight from women who have walked in your shoes–and who have come to better trust God and more fully understand what to do (and what not to do) When He Doesn’t Believe.
 

14   10 things I want my husband to knowby Chapman, Annie.(c2007)   In
Location: Main Library /  248.8435 Cha
With godly advice and insights into the covenant of marriage, Chapman inspires women to begin the dialogue with their husbands that will improve, heal, or even save their marriage.
 

15   What's it like to be married to me? : and other dangerous questionsby Dillow, Linda.(c2011)   In
Location: Main Library /  248.8435 Dil
A guide for making a marriage purpose statement and how to live out your marriage daily as you become the wife you want to be.
 

16   Blessing your husbandby Evans, Debra.(c2003)   In
Location: Main Library /  248.8435 Eva
In Blessing Your Husband, Debra Evans brings wise scriptural insights and true stories of the amazing transformations that can happen when a wife chooses to make blessing her husband a priority. By understanding her husband’s unique characteristics, how he thinks, and what matters most to him, a wife can learn how to affirm her husband and develop a more satisfying marriage.
 

17   Helper by design : God's perfect plan for women in marriageby Fitzpatrick, Elyse, 1950-(c2003)   In
Location: Main Library /  248.8435 Fit
There are few more contentious and heart-rending topics among women in the church than submission and what it means to be man's helper. Elyse Fitzpatrick believes that understanding this topic can bring about great freedom and a more meaningful relationship with Christ and your husband. In Helper By Design, she takes an in-depth theological look at what it means to be made in God's image to be a helper. No matter what your perspective, this book will set in motion great heart changes as you grow toward becoming the woman God has called you to be
 

18   A wife after God's own heartby George, Elizabeth, 1944-(c2004)   In
Location: Main Library /  248.8435 Geo
One secret to marital bliss is for a wife to love her husband the way God designed for her to love him--even with his shortcomings. God hasn't called a woman to change her husband, but to focus on her calling as a wife. And the rewards for doing so are rich! Elizabeth provides valuable and practical insights on 12 key areas of a marriage
 

19   Alone in marriage : encouragement for the times when it's all up to youby Larson, Susie, 1962-(c2007)   In
Location: Main Library /  248.8435 Lar
Susie Larson stands in as an encouraging friend, walking with you, helping you to discern how anxiety and anger will slow you down; and how loneliness and disappointment can actually refine and bless you. You will be challenged and inspired as you wrap your arms around this time and remember that God has His arms around you.
 

20   Romancing your husbandby Smith, Debra White.(c2002)   In
Location: Main Library /  248.8435 Smi
Wives, revolutionize your marriage! This unique book challenges women to cut through traditional misconceptions and explore the total Bible message on marriage. Covers everything from lifting up husbands in prayer to arranging romantic interludes.
 

21   The key to your man's heartby Wright, H. Norman.(c2004)   In
Location: Main Library /  248.8435 Wri
The Key to Your Man's Heart dispels the common misconception that men desire only surface relationships. Women will be led to recognize that men, too, want a closer connection-it's their method of expressing this that differs. Wright's breakthrough concepts will help women understand the way men share their deepest thoughts and feelings about their dreams and desires. No matter how long they have known the men in their lives, women can improve their relationships by applying these innovative principles of good communication.
 

22   Word Filled Familiesby Barnett, John S.( 2009)   In
Location: Main Library /  249 Bar
This book is a complete study of everything the Bible teaches about marriage and family in 361 pages of easy to read lessons. Laid out in four sections, this book urges the reader to first cultivate godly habits (a Word-filled life); then to energize their relationship with their husband or wife (a Word-filled marriage); then how to apply that in the home (Word-filled parenting); and finally how to never stop having a godly impact on family and friends through Word-filled prayers!
 

23   The fulfilled family : God's design for your familyby MacArthur, John, 1939-(c2005)   In
Location: Main Library /  249 Mac
With traditional family values in decline and under assault, how can parents convey Godly principles and morals amid competing messages? In The Fulfilled Family, John MacArthur, respected Bible teacher as well as experienced father and grandfather, takes a look at strategy for families as outlined in Ephesians 5 and 6. What is MacArthur's secret to his successful family? "There's no magic. There's no formula. There's no gimmick," he says. "It's not about how many times we did something, or who was in charge of this or that, or what kind of processes or methods we used. It comes down to questions that have to start in my heart: Am I committed to obedience to the Spirit of God? Am I committed to the controlling influences of the Word of God? Am I going to live out a Christian life? Because you must first answer yes to all of those questions before you have a successful family."
 

24   First things first : the rules of being a Warner ... what works, what doesn't, and what really matters mostby Warner, Kurt, 1971-(c2009)   In
Location: Main Library /  249 War
Kurt Warner is the two-time NFL MVP–winning quarterback of the Arizona Cardinals. Brenda Warner is an ex-Marine turned stay-at-home Mom who collects coats for low-income kids and rocks babies to sleep at a center for chronically ill infants. Together they’re the parents of seven children, going into their thirteenth year of marriage. Their formula for success? They put First Things First—faith, family, and giving to others—it’s their family motto, and it drives everything they do. First Things First is an honest, entertaining, and insightful look at life inside the Warner house. Kurt and Brenda speak candidly about their marriage, the values they’re working to instill in their kids, things they’ve done right, mistakes they’ve made, the importance of giving back, and the legacy they hope to leave behind.
 

25   The truth about same-sex marriage : 6 things you need to know about what's really at stake by Lutzer, Erwin W.(c2004)   In
Location: Main Library /  261.835 Lut
In this revised and updated version of his bestselling book, Dr. Erwin Lutzer clearly and accurately depicts the truth about what is at stake. Dr. Lutzer expertly answers the questions that so many individuals, parents, friends, and families are asking: why is marriage, as God intended it, better and healthier? How can I talk to my kids about this? How do I responsibly read, watch, and filter the news?
 

26   Marriage on trial : the case against same-sex marriage and parentingby Stanton, Glenn T., 1962-(c2004)   In
Location: Main Library /  261.835 Sta
Helping you sift through the emotion, the rhetoric and the myths, Stanton and Maier provide in this book a compelling counter-argument to those who advocate homosexual marriage and a thought-provoking assessment of the psychological and sociological harm that homosexual marriage (if legalized and legitimized) will do to communities and children.
 

27   A wedding is a family affairby Hunter, Brenda.(c1995)   In
Location: Main Library /  265.5 Hun
Kristin Blair goes one giant step further--addressing key spiritual aspects and the unique emotional and relational hurdles associated with weddings.
 

28   What he must be - - if he wants to marry my daughterby Baucham, Voddie.(c2009)   In
Location: Main Library /  306.73 Bau
What will you say when that certain young man sits down in your living room, sweaty-palmed and tongue-tied, and asks your permission to marry your daughter? What criteria should he meet before the two of them join together for life? What He Must Be . . . If He Wants to Marry My Daughter outlines ten qualities parents should look for in a son-in-law, including trustworthiness, a willingness to lead his family, an understanding of his wife's role, and various spiritual leadership qualities.
 

29   Close calls : what adulterers want you to know about protecting your marriageby Carder, David.(c2008)   In
Location: Main Library /  306.73 Car
As Christians, many of us experience times in our spiritual lives when it feels like God is silent. For reasons we don’t understand, we’re unable to sense His presence, feel His comfort, or hear His direction. And although we may be following Him as best we know, our spiritual lives feel dry and He seems more distant than ever. In Silent God, Joseph Bentz addresses the pain and bewilderment many feel when they can’t hear God’s voice. He examines the possible influences that can unknowingly invade our lives and block our ability to hear God. Television, radio, iPods, cell phones, internet, email, traffic, and crowded schedules contribute to our noisy world. Every moment is bombarded by noise, both external and mental, that clutters our thoughts and causes us to lose the ability or desire to settle down and really commune with and listen to God. Bentz explains how the accumulation of all this noise can contribute to God’s silence in our lives and shares valuable and practical ways to control the noise so we can hear God once again. He also explores ways God may use silence as a means of working out His spiritual purposes in our lives. Bentz shows how sometimes our spiritual routines become spiritual comforts that, instead of pointing us to God, end up replacing Him. He offers insight and understanding for persevering through the silence and reassures us that doing so will result in essential spiritual growth and a deeper commitment to Christ.Silent God reveals a new understanding of the mystery and power of God and shows how to find Him through the silence and emerge with a greater sense of purpose and a deeper connection with Christ and His love.
 

30   Quest for love : true stories of passion and purityby Elliot, Elisabeth.( 2002)   In
Location: Main Library /  306.73 Ell
Very few books on dating have stood the test of time like Passion and Purity. Its much-needed message remains strong and hopeful in an age when doing whatever "feels right" is common practice. Using her own life as an example, Elisabeth Elliot guides singles of both genders and of any age on how to put their love lives under the authority of Jesus Christ. Passion and Purity covers dating issues such as: How to know which person is the right one to marry. Loving passionately while remaining sexually pure, The man's and woman's role in relationships. Putting God's desires ahead of personal desires. How far is too far, physically
 

31   Emotional purity : an affair of the heartby Paulsen, Heather Arnel.(c2007)   Overdue:02/12/2014
Location: Main Library /  306.73 Pau
Have you ever given your heart to someone who didn't love you back?
 

32   Preparing for Marriageby Rainey, Dennis( 1997)   In
Location: Main Library /  306.73 Rai
Preparing for marriage will help you: Discern God's will for your relationship, Clarify your roles and responsibilities, deal with issues and more.
 

33   The second half of marriage : facing the eight challenges of every long-term marriageby Arp, Dave.(c1996)   In
Location: Main Library /  306.81 Arp
Your children are gone or leaving soon. It's time to focus once again on your own future and especially on your marriage. What's in store for the second half? David and Claudia Arp provide answers and practical help in this groundbreaking book. Drawing on their national survey of hundreds of 'second-half' couples, the Arps reveal eight marital challenges every long-term marriage faces, and they offer strategies and exercises for meeting each of them. The Second Half of Marriage will challenge you to create a vision for the rest of your life together -- and inspire you to make that vision a reality.
 

34   A marriage without regretsby Arthur, Kay, 1933-(c2000)   In
Location: Main Library /  306.81 Art
God has a plan for your marriage, so that someday you can look back and know you did it God's way--with no regrets. Filled with real-life stories and God-given precepts, Kay Arthur shares the truths that have transformed her own life and countless other marraiges over the last 20 years. Learn God's rule for marriage as you discover what the Bible says about resolving conflict, understanding each partner's role, communicating clearly with compassion, improving your sexual relationship, training up children who turn out right, becoming financially wise, respecting and keeping your vows to each other, and responding biblically if your mate wants to walk away.
 

35   Different by design : God's master plan for harmony between men and women in marriageby Burke, H. Dale, 1953-(c2000)   In
Location: Main Library /  306.81 Bur
When the inevitable struggles come into a relationship, Burke states that we need heavenly, down-to-earth biblical guidance for building healthy relationships.We all want to build stronger relationships, whether we're single, dating, married or passing along advice to grandkids
 

36   Torn asunder : recovering from extramarital affairsby Carder, David.(c1995)   In
Location: Main Library /  306.81 Car
Solutions on how to break the cycle of unresolved conflict that inhibits healthy relationships. Psychologist Rosberg demonstrates how to move from offense, hurt, and anger into communication, forgiveness and rebuilding trust. Perfect for anyone who seeks to renew a broken relationship or marriage.
 

37   The five love languagesby Chapman, Gary D., 1938-(c1992)   Due:05/06/2014
Location: Main Library /  306.81 Cha
Dr. Gary Chapman guides couples in identifying, understanding, and speaking their spouse’s primary love language—quality time, words of affirmation, gifts, acts of service, or physical touch.
 

38   Boundaries in marriageby Cloud, Henry.(c1999)   In
Location: Main Library /  306.81 Clo
Boundaries in Marriage helps couples: * Set and maintain personal boundaries and respect those of their spouse * Establish values that form a godly structure and architecture for their marriage * Protect their marriage from different kinds of 'intruders' * Work with a spouse who understands and values boundaries---or work with one who doesn't
 

39   I surrender all : rebuilding a marriage broken by pornographyby Crosse, Clay.(c2005)   In
Location: Main Library /  306.81 Cro
Dove Award-winning artist Clay Crosse and his wife, Renee, share their personal story of his struggle with pornography and how they rebuilt their marriage.
 

40   Complete marriage and family home reference guideby Dobson, James C., 1936-( 2000)   In
Location: Main Library /  306.81 Dob
This comprehensive, easy-to-access resource offers time-tested, biblically based information to help build healthy, God-honoring families
 

41   Love for a lifetime : building a marriage that will go the distanceby Dobson, James C., 1936-(c1998)   In
Location: Main Library /  306.81 Dob
This book helps keep readers from being passive victims in the unfolding drama of their lives together. They can build a stable, satisfying, intimate relationship that will withstand the storms of life
 

42   Love must be toughby Dobson, James C., 1936-( 1996)   In
Location: Main Library /  306.81 Dob
Love Must Be Tough offers the guidance that gives you the best chance of rekindling romance, renewing your relationship, and drawing your partner back into your arms.
 

43   Love for a lifetime : building a marriage that will go the distanceby Dobson, James C., 1936-(c1993)   In
Location: Main Library /  306.81 Dob Copy 2
This book helps keep readers from being passive victims in the unfolding drama of their lives together. They can build a stable, satisfying, intimate relationship that will withstand the storms of life
 

44   Cracking the communication code : the secret to speaking your mate's languageby Eggerichs, Emerson.(c2007)   In
Location: Main Library /  306.81 Egg
"Shows couples how to speak to each other and give mutual understanding to build a successful marriage"--Provided by publisher.
 

45   Love and respect : the love she most desires; the respect he desperately needsby Eggerichs, Emerson.( 2004)   In
Location: Main Library /  306.81 Egg
Love and Respect reveals why spouses react negatively to each other, and how they can deal with such conflict quickly, easily, and biblically.
 

46   Love and Respect [Bk + DVD] : the love she most desires; the respect he desperately needsby Eggerichs, Emerson.( 2004)   Due:04/27/2014
Location: Main Library /  306.81 Egg Copy 2 Bk+DVD
Includes bonus seminar on DVD
 

47   Love and war : finding the marriage you've dreamed ofby Eldredge, John, 1960-( 2009)   In
Location: Main Library /  306.81 Eld
Christianity, they say, is a love story set amid war, with marriage a living, breathing portrait laid out before the eyes of the world so that they might see the story of the ages. For them, marriage is the perfect storm that brings together basic differences in men and women, individual styles of relating, sin, and brokenness. The Eldredges offer sound advice on topics such as the delights of companionship, understanding the enemy is Satan and not your spouse, finding your marriage's mission, taboo topics, and, yes, sex. They are honest and forthright, never skirting a difficult issue; instead, they offer hope, insight, and their own lives as examples of what God can accomplish. Their summation of marriage.
 

48   Chocolate chili pepper loveby Freeman, Becky, 1959-(c2000)   In
Location: Main Library /  306.81 Fre
Becky Freeman offers her trademark humor and insight along with plenty of "i've been there" stories.
 

49   The seven principles for making marriage workby Gottman, John Mordechai.(c1999)   In
Location: Main Library /  306.81 Got
John Gottman has revolutionized the study of marriage by using rigorous scientific procedures to observe the habits of married couples in unprecedented detail over many years. Here is the culmination of his life's work: the seven principles that guide couples on the path toward a harmonious and long-lasting relationship. Packed with practical questionnaires and exercises, The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work is the definitive guide for anyone who wants their relationship to attain its highest potential.
 

50   His needs, her needsby Harley, Willard F.(c1986)   In
Location: Main Library /  306.81 Har
Building an affair-proof marriage.
 

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