Item description for Rekindling the Romance: Loving the Love of Your Life by Dennis Rainey, Barbara Rainey & Bob DeMoss...
Overview Packed with practical insight, this tastefully candid and inviting resource provides the Christian couple with the keys to unlock their relational and sexual intimacy.
By God's design, romance is supposed to be the flame in the fireplace of marital intimacy. Yet far too many Christian couples feel cheated because their marriage produces as much spark as a book of wet matches. Others have neglected to fan the flames of passion for so long that they have lost hope of experiencing romance.
Rekindling the Romance, now available in trade paper, is organized into short, biblically-based chapters. Packed with practical insight, this tastefully candid and inviting resource provides the Christian couple with the keys to unlock their relational and sexual intimacy.
Rekindling the Romance - Loving the Love of Your Life
By Dennis Rainey
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Studio: Thomas Nelson
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.2" Width: 5.3" Height: 0.9" Weight: 0.6 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 2006
Publisher Thomas Nelson
ISBN 0785285563 ISBN13 9780785285564 UPC 020049075258
Availability 56 units. Availability accurate as of Oct 21, 2016 05:07.
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More About Dennis Rainey, Barbara Rainey & Bob DeMoss
Dennis Rainey is the executive director and co-founder of FamilyLife and co-hosts the radio program, FamilyLife Today. He is senior editor of the HomeBuilders Couples Series, which has sold more than 1 million copies worldwide, and author ofParenting Today's Adolescent and The Tribute.
Dennis Rainey currently resides in Little Rock Little Rock Litt, in the state of Arkansas. Dennis Rainey was born in 1948.
Dennis Rainey has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about Rekindling the Romance: Loving the Love of Your Life?
Great marriage book! Mar 18, 2007
Dennis & Barbara Rainey did a great job with this book! Rekindling the Romance is for husbands AND wives. Light, humorous and easy-to-read, Dennis and Barbara give very practical Christian advice for adding a little playfulness and romance back into your marriage and rediscovering the fun you experienced while dating.
The book is divided into two sections: one written by Barbara for the women, and the other written by Dennis for the men. Each section begins with the same fictional and humorous story of a marriage between "Bryan" and "Angela", but each account is told from Bryan and Angela's different point of views. If you and your spouse are reading the book separately, make sure that you both read each of the stories. You will gain a lot of perspective into your spouse from that alone!
For the women, Barbara discusses the natural and inevitable disappointments in marriage and how they actually strengthen the commitment in your marriage. She spends time discussing the differences in how women and men express romance and how to practically express romance to your husband in ways he will best appreciate it. Barbara gives great work-around ideas for interruptions and distractions (e.g. KIDS!!) that can potentially put the ka-bosh on romance in a household.
For the men, Dennis discusses what women need to feel romanced, which is very different from what men need. He gives lots of useful tips, little things, that would be meaningful to your wife and be construed as romantic. He really does a fabulous job in communicating what women want! He discusses relevant issues that men face today that interfere with a healthy marriage relationship, and encouragement on getting past these "romance robbers".
Scattered throughout both sections you will find "romantic interludes", which are small little ideas you can do for your spouse today without much preparation. At the conclusion of each section are 5 bigger ideas, which do require advanced preparation.
Read the book together, or read each of the sections separately. You will no doubt benefit from the Rainey's advice and ideas. My suggestion is to read this book when your relationship needs a little spark back to it, not when things are going really well. If things are going well and romance is in the air at your household, get this book and put it on the shelf for one of those inevitable rainy seasons. You can't help but benefit from the Rainey's ideas during those times!