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Sobreviviendo Un Yugo Desigual En El Matrimonio
La decision de Leslie de convertirse en una seguidora de Jesus trajo una oposicion candente de su esceptico esposo. Comenzaron a experimentar conflictos sobre diferentes asuntos, desde las finanzas hasta la crianza de los hijos. Pero con el tiempo, Leslie aprendio como sobrevivir a un matrimonio desigual. Hoy ambos son cristianos, y ellos desean que tu sepas que hay espera ...more
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Published June 26th 2009 by Vida Publishers
(first published March 27th 2002)
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Oct 19, 2008 Cheri rated it it was amazing · review of another edition
Recommended to Cheri by: Pastor Bruce Pettitt
When I accepted Christ a year before my husband things were so rough that year it's clearly by the Grace of God we made it through... this book made things much clearer to me, much more understandable to bear. It helped me to know how to react to him, and how to act around him as well as understanding why he reacted to me certain ways or why he acted a certain way ; how things could be misconstrued or misunderstood. This book was a lifeline for me that year.
This was one of the few book finds that as soon as I happened upon it, I knew I had to read it--and right then. As this subject hits home on multiple levels, I was very interested to see the author's take on this not-often-addressed-subject (at least that I've previously come across). This is a great resource, really, for anyone growing in their relationship with God, regardless of relationship status. The book obviously mainly addresses a Christian being married to a non-Christian, but it does ...more
If you are a Christian and your spouse isn't, this is probably a great book for you. Not until well into the book did Lee discuss couples that are both Christians but one is content with going to church once a week if there is nothing else to do, or content with the milk of babes instead of longing for meat. Even then, Lee only spent a few pages on that. The biggest lesson? DO NOT date anyone who is not a Christian and even if they say they are, don't be fooled until you see good fruit being pro ...more
I highly recommend this book to anyone who finds themselves in an unequally yoked relationship - or anyone who is considering one. This book is an incredible resource. For full review, see here. http://eagleswingsbooks.blogspot.com/...
Ok-some really helpful things, but was annoyed by the constant name-dropping of pastor's he works with and stuff about his church. Some things felt out-dated, but enjoyed the tools for how to pray for your spouse and real stories grounded in truth.
One of the BEST resources for anyone in an "unequally yoked" marriage with a non-believer. Both Lee and his wife were athiests...she joined a Bible study and he won journalism awards. Their story was inspiring, their strategies spot on and timing for me was divinely-appointed.
i really enjoyed the book even though the help I was seeking didn't show up until the before last chapter. it was excellent information anyways good for passing onto others perhaps struggling in their marriage as a result of imbalance one way or another.
Lee Patrick Strobel is an American Christian author, journalist, apologist and pastor. He has written several books, including four which received ECPA Christian Book Awards (1994, 1999, 2001, 2005) and a series which addresses challenges to a Biblically inerrant view of Christianity. Strobel also hosted a television program called Faith Under Fire on PAX TV, and runs a video apologetics web site. ...moreMore about Lee Strobel...