You and me forever book review
Book Review: “You and Me Forever” by Francis & Lisa Chan – On My BookshelvesI read more than my fair share of marriage books. This is largely a function of the fact that Billy and I lead a small group of newlyweds where we talk through the intersection of our faith and our marriages. I love, love, LOVE our groups and have discovered what we read is most valuable if it leads to great conversations. Almost everything we've read meets that criteria our groups have always been chatty , but not every book is great. The subtitle of the book is "Marriage in Light of Eternity," and I think the enjoyment of this book is going to come down to a handful of factors.
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A Book Review: You and Me Forever
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For a marriage to be successful, husbands and wives need to:. While sometimes a cigar is just a cigar, certainly, many of us are too quick to call everything a cigar. The problem with this is what happens when you leave an illness untreated? It only gets worse and in some cases, eventually kills you. They all start with our relationship with God. This theme continues throughout the book, as both Francis and Lisa continually remind readers that marriage is a tool for the spread of the gospel:.
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If you prefer reading fluffy, feel good books on marriage, you will not find that here. One highlight for me was the chapter on parenting. As a soon to be first time parent, this chapter was both encouraging and challenging. Let your kids see, and give them opportunities to join you in serving God. You and Me Forever will greatly challenge and expand your view of marriage. It will force you to see marriage through the eyes of eternity and being lived out as disciples of Jesus whose primary mission is to make disciples. I would definitely recommend this book if you are looking for a challenging read on the subject of marriage from the Christian perspective.