Happily Even After
Is happily-ever-after a myth-or can you experience something even better?
Couples don’t ride off into the sunset after their honeymoon. The truth is marriage is hard. Maybe you’re in place where you’re feeling that. You might even feel like this is the end.
Bob and Dannah Gresh have been there. But they decided to participate in God’s redemption story. Together they discovered something better than romance: a love that endures.
Whether your relationship is suffering from pornography, addiction, an affair, or just years of unhappiness, Jesus Christ can help you redeem the broken places of your marriage. In Happily Even After, Dannah is a friend who walks beside you and helps you:
*stop pretending everything is okay
*strengthen yourself in the Lord
*fight for your husband instead of with him
*discover 7 essential beliefs every marriage needs to survive broken places
*participate in your husband’s redemption story
Dannah demonstrates how to forgive, live with joy, and hold your head high while you participate in His redemption story for your husband. You may feel like your story is over, but no one writes better-or happier-endings than Jesus.
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SKU (ISBN): 9780802419828
Binding: Trade Paper
Published: February 2023
Publisher: Moody Publishers
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