A book that talks to guys in the way guys talk!
"This book should storm into your living room, demand an audience, and become every husband's best friend!"
—Rick Warren, pastor and New York Times best-selling author of The Purpose Driven Life
"I love Doug Fields! I love how he lives, how he writes, how he makes me laugh, and how he challenges me to grow. You will too. Men, read this book and improve your marriage!"
—Lee Strobel, New York Times best-selling author
Having a pulse is all it really takes to fall in love. Staying in love is another matter; staying in love requires a plan and some learned skills.
"My primary audience for this book is guys (sorry, sneaky ladies)," says author Doug Fields. "I am writing in a way that most men seem to talk and learn."
In 7 Ways to Be Her Hero Fields gives, quite candidly, seven very doable actions to transform any marital relationship, guaranteed. It also includes a bonus chapter for guys to read with their wives. So if you want to understand some simple ways to invest in your marriage and be your wife's hero (again), this is the plan!
|About the Contributor(s)||Doug Fields
Doug Fields was a youth pastor for 25 years and has been teaching pastor at Rick Warren's Saddleback Church since 1992. An award-winning author of more than 40 books, Doug speaks regularly at Saddleback and other locations around the world. He and his wife Cathy have 3 children.
|Release Date||Jun 3, 2014|
- Review by Loveday
For every man who truly wants to understand how to overcome the manliness and become that hero his wife has always dreamed of, I will highly recommend you grab a copy of the 7 Ways to Be Her Hero: The One Your Wife Has Been Waiting For, I guarantee your life will never remain the same again.
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(Posted on 9/24/14)
- Review by Dad of Divas