A good devotional book for dating couples
If you are newly married, or have been married This devotional book was given to my husband and I as a wedding present, and it was probably the most helpful thing we received that day.If you are newly married, or have been married for a long time and maybe aren't communicating as well as you'd like, I highly recommend this book. I appreciated that the questions at the end of each lesson got us to ask questions that we normally wouldn't have thought to ask each other (questions that needed to be asked). It is introduced on Sunday and each weeknight reading is followed by a few questions tying the topic to your marriage. This book gave us some great things to think and talk about. Jessie and I did this book for about a year and a half. Found in SHB's pile when we installed the Readers Stand 8/5/2010Think I read this a couple years ago added to my to-read pile 8/5/10I absolutely adore this book! My husband and I are really enjoying going through it together and look forward to the time we spend reading it each night. from the University of Southern California (1967) in the field of child development.I really enjoyed it, and sh My wife and I got this book a few years ago with the intention of using it as designed—to share a devotion together as we went to bed at the end of each day.I really enjoyed it, and shared parts of it with her.Each devotion only takes about 10 to 15 minutes, and that is time very well spent.My husband and I read it together most every night during our first several months of marriage and it was so helpful.Let "Night Light" enrich your marriage, too -tonight and every night.This book is meant to be a nightly devotional for married couples.
Saturday and Sunday you just read a longer story without questions to review what you've discussed and prepare you for the next week's topic.
Whether you're just married or are celebrating your golden anniversary, you need regular, quiet moments with your mate - times to renew love and intimacy between each other and with the Lord. James Dobson and his wife, Shirley, will help you do just that.
This daily devotional offers the personal, practical, and biblical insights that have sustained the Dobsons' marriage for forty years and encouraged couples and families around the world.
We also greatly appreciated that it wasn't 'watered down', meaning it wasn't a devotional with a hint of God on the side but rather it was a full-on God centered devotional. It had good questions about our marriage, us, and our relationship with Christ. This was the first couple's devotional my husband and I tried. A licensed psychologist and marriage, family, and child counselor, he is a clinical member of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy. Dobson was an associate clinical professor of pediatrics at the University of Southern California School of Medicine, and he served for 17 years on the attending staff of Children's Hospital Los Angeles in the Division of Child Development and Medical Genetics. He is the author of more than 50 books, including The New Dare to Discipline, The New Strong-Willed Child, When God Doesn't Make Sense, Night Light, Bringing Up Boys, and the New York Times bestseller Bringing Up Girls.
It is short and sweet and easy to do before bed, as long as you are not too tired. It was a nice way to reconnect on both a spiritual level and as a couple every evening. Heavily involved in influencing governmental policies related to the family, Dr.
We plan to do the same for our best friends who are getting married this summer.