Most books on marriage offer ten easy steps and twenty-five proven principles for achieving marital bliss. But Walter Wangerin side-steps such easy answers and offers us instead an intimate portrait of his own courtship and thirty-two year marriage-and a pastoral view of married life that inspires readers to view their own marriages with new honesty and hope. Wangerin's six tasks of marriage encourages couples to better understand and happily live out the vows they made, giving them tools to nurture and maintain a strong marital relationship. In his endorsement, Philip Yancey accurately describes this book as "an enduring classic and a book of wisdom, beauty, compassion, and piercing honesty."
|Contributor(s)||Walter Wangerin, Jr.|
|About the Contributor(s)||Walter Wangerin, Jr.
Walter Wangerin, Jr., first rose to prominence as the award-winning author of The Book of the Dun Cow. His numerous books include the bestselling novels Paul and The Book of God, and he has won several Gold Medallion book awards and many other honors for his writing. Wangerin holds the Jochum Chair at Valparaiso University, where he is a writer-in-residence.
|Release Date||Jun 5, 2001|