Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Giveaway + As long as it is called Today: Christian wives/husbands (October)


Welcome to "As long as it is called Today" as we encourage one another. I hope you will join me each week on Tuesdays as we encourage each other in our daily lives as Christians, spouses, parents, and home keepers.

Here is the link to last week's question about being a Christian.

Today's question: Have you read any books, seen any movies, or attended any conferences that have been helpful to your marriage? Tell us about them.
My answer: I've read many. One that I read recently is The Marriage You've Always Wanted by Gary Chapman. You can read my review of it here. I enjoyed this book and want to give you a chance to learn from it too.
I am giving away a copy of both the book The Marriage You've Always Wanted AND the study guide. If you'd like to be entered, leave a comment at this post answering today's question.
*This giveaway is open to US residents only. One winner will be drawn at random next Monday, October 19 and winner announced next week on "As long as it is called Today."
Have a day of blessings!

6 comments:

Denise said...

My husband and I saw the movie Fireproof, and then did the love dare challenge. It was really awesome.

Bethany said...

My personal favorite is the Weekend to Remember put on by Family Life. I can't wait to go back.

My second favorite is the DNA of Relationships by Gary Smalley. Love, love, love that book as it relates to every relationship including marriage.

Third favorite, For Women Only. This is a must read in my opinion.

ruth stiles said...

making love last forever by Gary Smalley is a great resource.
I think that when we understand the concept of love and what kind of love our spouse needs we are more apt to show that love and be loved in return.
marriages are always works in progress!

sister sheri said...

Love and Respect by Emerson Eggerichs. Highly recommended!

Debbie said...

I have to echo sister sheri's book. "Love and Respect" by Emerson Eggerich changed my outlook on ways to love my husband. It was so helpful to realize that men need recognition and respect. I started looking for things I respected about Greg and told him and it really helped our marriage.

Katrina said...

No, I haven't really read any books that have been helpful to my marriage yet...but I am looking for some. We are talking right now about getting Fireproof - the MEGs groups at our church read and studied it...