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The One Year Book Of Devotions For Couples

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The 365 meditations in this couples' devotional are arranged around 52 themes—one theme for each week of the year—such as affection, compassion, forgiveness, honor, leadership, mercy, respect, security, trust, and understanding. Scripture passages, real-life stories, prayers, and daily challenge questions give couples a dose of truth, encouragement, and direction to streng ...more
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Megan
Feb 24, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
My husband and I really enjoyed doing this devotional together. I like that each week the book has a new topic to focus on. For each day, there is a short reflection, a Bible verse and a discussion question that relates to the theme of the week. The questions helped us better pinpoint things we needed to work on personally and in our marriage. At times the devotional is a bit repetitive, especially the questions, but is overall very helpful!
Keiki Hendrix
Transparent and authentic, David and Teresa Ferguson offer a personal and reflective devotional in One Year Book of Devotions for Couples.

The topics are arranged by theme which centers the readers on one topic for seven days before moving on to the next. These devotions include David and Teresa’s personal illustrations which make the weekly theme, the verses selected scripture, and the prayers that end each devotion much more genuine.

I must add the voice change, moving from David speaking to Ter
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Freda Mans-Labianca
This devotional was great for me. I am always looking for Christian ways to improve myself, my life and my relationships. This book was others stories and real life accounts, that made you look at your life and how you live according to whatever moral code is instilled in you. I don't know how much of a change it has made in my life, but it did make me think a lot. My relationships have improved, though it could also be just aging and maturity. Hard to say. I still believe a good devotional neve ...more
Wanda
Jan 02, 2012 rated it it was amazing
My husband and I read this devotional book together all year. It really helped us to open up to each other in areas that we had figured, after 37 years, were just going to stay the way they were. We read it together, usually in the morning, and then went our own ways to think about how it applied to ourselves, not the other person. What they related helped me to understand my husband better and helped him to understand me better. I would recommend this book to any married couple.
Luis Villasenor
Oct 04, 2009 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Really like this devotianal. The couple that wrote this book seem to be real and have really good questions for couples to answer after the each day devotianal. Some other devotinal are just not real enough...
Loverlypurple
Nov 09, 2011 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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My Husband and I did this devotional a few years back it was really good.
Lady Day
Sep 29, 2012 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
All couples should get this devotional, it's a great investment in YOU!
Amy Lack
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Great book for couples!
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Dr. David and Teresa Ferguson have shared a biblical message of health and relevance for more than 25 years. Their passion for seeing the Great Commandment of loving God and loving others lived out among God's people has led them to impact thousands of ministers and their laity. As codirectors of Intimate Life Ministries, they direct a multidisciplinary team that serves more than 35,000 churches i ...more
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