Item description for Unbelieving Husbands: The Neglected Harvest by Ann Velia...
Overview One field is rarely looked on by the institutional church: the field of spiritually-indifferent men married to Christian women. While their wives have the greatest potential to reap this harvest, they may be new in the faith themselves, or unequipped with training pertinent to their specialized mission. Unbelieving Husbands: the Neglected Harvest fills that need by coupling biblical principles with exercises to make them applicable to individual marriages.
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Studio: Ambassador International
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.44" Width: 5.74" Height: 0.51" Weight: 0.51 lbs.
Release Date Mar 1, 2008
Publisher Ambassador International
ISBN 1932307869 ISBN13 9781932307863
Reviews - What do customers think about Unbelieving Husbands the neglected harvest?
A California Pastor Highly recommends it! Dec 18, 2009
Every woman with a non-believing husband, every Christian counselor and teacher, and every person who would like to help their friends and relatives with unbeliving husbands should have Ann Velia's book in their library. Not only is it well-written but it is more than words to read and facts to memorize: it has real-life stories to make it more intersting and applicable to your life. It is also a guide-book with specific steps and supporting scriptures to help women strategize (instead of just praying and hoping) how to help their marriage and move their husband ever toward Christ. Most books have questions at the end of chapters which are cliche, simplistic and (frankly) boring. Not This book! Ann has a way of really getting you to think. Her "exercises" after each chapter make the book more like attending a college class. After a few hours in this book, you will have a plan and new hope for your mate. Buy it! Read it! Do it! Share it!
Pastor Dea Warford, The Power Station, Ontario, California firstname.lastname@example.org