Day 31 :: Marriage Resources

I can’t believe today is the last day of our 31 day series! What a great journey it’s been.

I hope you have gleaned a lot from this series. For the last day, I want to leave you with a list of resources you can use to further build your marriage. I trust this will be a help to you and your spouse as you seek to build your marriage to the glory of God.

 

Books:

for couples:

Strengthening Your Marriage by Wayne Mack
Christian Living in the Home by Jay E. Adams
Love and Respect by Emerson Eggerichs
Intimacy Ignited by Dillow & Pintus
Intended for Pleasure by Ed & Gaye Wheat
Devotions for Couples by David & Teresa Ferguson
When Sinners Say “I Do” by Dave Harvey {read my review here}
This Momentary Marriage by John Piper {read my husband & my review here}

 

for women:

Creative Counterpart by Linda Dillow {read my review here}
What’s It Like to Be Married to Me? by Linda Dillow {read my review here}
Feminine Appeal by Carolyn Mahaney
The Excellent Wife by Martha Peace
Ribbing Him Rightly by Beneth Jones
Intimate Issues by Dillow & Pintus

 

for men:

The Complete Husband by Lou Priolo

 

for struggling marriages:
The Ministry of Marriage by Jim Binney
When Sinners Say ‘I Do’ by Dave Harvey

 

for dating couples:
Preparing for Marriage God’s Way by Wayne Mack

 

 

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9 comments

  1. Sarah says:

    Excellent series! Thanks for the time you invested in contacting seasoned couples. I really enjoyed reading and learning from them. And this is wonderful. Have you read “The Excellent Wife” by Martha Peace? I have had it recommended multiple times, so I should read it. But if you have read it, I’m glad to know a little more specifically what you think. 🙂

  2. Christa says:

    I haven’t read it…I know Mom has it – I seem to remember she gave a reserved recommendation about it, but that could just be my fuzzy memory. 😛

  3. Christa says:

    Thanks – so glad you enjoyed it. I’m sad to see it end (mixed emotions, though, because blogging 31 days in a row is a big fat job!!!) 😉

  4. becky says:

    Thank you, Christa, for doing this series! It was convicting, encouraging and still light-hearted! Thank you for all the time and energies you put into making it helpful for all of us. So neat that baby boy waited until you were done… okay, little guy… you can come now! 😉 Love you lots!

  5. Chelo @ Home and Bahay says:

    Yes Christa! Thank you for the time you invested in this series. It has been inspiring for me to read the quotes from the “seasoned” couples you interviewed. I really appreciate this resource page as well. 🙂 Love you! And your little buster is coming soon…

  6. Angie says:

    Thanks Christa! I did enjoy reading your blog… if you don’t mind, I’d like to give you another book that’s about becoming your mate’s best friend. The title of the book is “I Know You Love Me but Do You Like Me?” written by Joey O’Connor. It just came to mind as I finished reading the last of this series. You did a great job blogging for 31 days!

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