Item description for When He Doesn't Believe: Help and Encouragement for Women Who Feel Alone in Their Faith by Nancy Kennedy...
Overview Christian wives of men who are not believers, or who are not growing spiritually, often feel discouraged and lonely. Writing from experience, Nancy Kennedy explores these critical issues and feelings, leading readers to biblical truth, practical help, and comforting insights that assure them that God cares.
Publishers Description You Can Thrive-Not Just Survive-in An Unequally Yoked Marriage Marriage is challenging, even under the best of circumstances. But for those of us whose husbands don't believe or are not growing spiritually, marriage brings difficulties unlike those faced by other women of faith. If you love a man who is not committed to Christ, you may feel frustrated, guilty, or anxious; discouraged and lonely. You likely worry about how your husband's beliefs-or lack of them-will affect your children. Perhaps you, like so many women, have tried to "help" your husband find or deepen his relationship with God-only to find that you have, unbelievably, pushed him farther away. You may be wondering, "What do I do now?" Or, worse, you may have lost all hope. God is still in control. Speaking from experience, Nancy Kennedy offers biblical truth, practical help, and comforting insight from women who have walked in your shoes-and who have come to better trust God and more fully understand what to do (and what not to do) "When He Doesn't Believe. "
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Nancy Kennedy has found contentment and peace even after being in a spiritually unequal marriage for more than twenty-five years. She is the author of five books and is published frequently in numerous Christian publications. Nancy and her husband Barry make their home in Inverness, Florida, and are the parents of two daughters.
Nancy Kennedy currently resides in Inverness, in the state of Florida. Nancy Kennedy was born in 1954.
Reviews - What do customers think about When He Doesn't Believe: Help and Encouragement for Women Who Feel Alone in Their Faith?
A Must have for those of faith feeling alone Aug 28, 2007
This is a wonderful book. I am reading it again and I just love how comforting it is. Many practicle Godly advice.
This book gave me hope! Feb 2, 2007
When my husband left the faith, I thought my life and my marriage were over! This book helped me see how to work through this enormous struggle, and covered every topic I had trouble with, from attending church alone to raising spiritual children. Every day that I read from this book, I treated my husband with more kindness. Now that I have finished reading it, I think I will probably have to read it over and over every day so that I don't give up. It is amazing how Nancy practially read my mind and had an answer to all of my questions (and the answers are backed with scripture!) I highly recommend this book to any woman who feels "alone in her faith."
like talking to a friend Jul 22, 2006
At this point, I don't know anyone that I can talk to about being a believing wife to an unbelieving husband. When I open the book, it's like I'm hearing from a good friend. God has given her the gift of being able to help me get out of self-pity, and turn to the One who can lead me through everyday life with my family. No more 'what-if's', this is my life. What is God's purpose as He takes me through it? I am called to love. Love is the greatest challenge, whether you are married to someone who shares your faith or not. I highly recommend this book for the encouragment and objectivenes she is able to deliver.
Just what I needed May 19, 2004
I love Nancy's humorous style, combined with her wisdom and wonderful perspective. I just keep reading my copy over and over. Many great Bible verses quoted throughout which help encourage the reader.
This book is EXCELLENT for ALL women. Apr 4, 2004
This book is EXCELLENT for all women. I use to wish I could find a book that told me why my husband acted or thought the way he did. I finally found it in Nancy's book. I bought this book for a friend whose husband is not a Christian. As I started reading through it I could hardly put it down. I begin to learn where I as a wife with a Christian husband was making my own mistakes. We grow up believing that men and women are basically the same. We hear it on TV and movies and even from "the Experts", but Nancy points out how we think very differently about things. She explains many times "the saved wife" goes about the wrong way trying to convert her husband. Nancy teaches us (ALL OF US), how to allow GOD to do the work that WE are trying to do. It really is a "MUST READ" for all Christian women. Whether you are married to an unbeliever or not, this book will be of GREAT benefit for any wife.