Item description for Building Teamwork in Your Marriage (Homebuilders Couples Series) by Robert Lewis...
Overview Men and women are different. Sometimes these differences can bring tension to a marriage. The good news is that by using biblical teamwork principles, couples can use these differences to make their marriage thrive. Solid biblical instruction and convenient individual workbooks make this study a necessity for married couples in small groups, Sunday school or anywhere!
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Studio: Group Publishing(CO)
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.3" Width: 5.6" Height: 0.4" Weight: 0.465 lbs.
Binding Spiral Bound
Release Date Jun 30, 2001
Publisher GROUP PUBLISHING INC. #59
Series HomeBuilders Couples
ISBN 0764422391 ISBN13 9780764422393
Availability 0 units.
More About Robert Lewis
Robert Lewis is the best-selling author of Raising a Modern-Day Knight and Rocking the Roles: Building a Win-Win Marriage. He is also executive director of the Global Reach research/resource organization, founder of the Men s Fraternity ministry, and pastor-at-large for Fellowship Bible Church in Little Rock, Arkansas. In 2001, he was named Pastor of the Year by the National Coalition of Men s Ministry. He and his wife, Sherard, have four children.Jeremy Howard holds a Ph.D. in Christian Apologetics and Worldview Studies from Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Now a writer and editor, he lives with his wife and children in Nashville, Tennessee."
Reviews - What do customers think about Building Teamwork in Your Marriage (Homebuilders Couples Series)?
Great for New Groups Sep 7, 2005
This study is great for Small Groups/Home Groups that are just starting and getting to know one another. The study begins with basic questions and then builds on them as the study continues while applying biblical principles in all chapters. At the end of each study, there is a "Make a Date" which is a date, preset for 15 minutes where you and your spouse are to sit down together and do a bit of review before your next meeting. I would suggest this to any group (6-10 people, more or less) so they can work on marriage as well as get to know the other group members. The other Homebuilder Couples Series are similar, so depending on the need of the group, you will get a similar format. Not suggested for just one couple to do on their own (although possible) due to the interaction planned in each lesson. Each chapter is timed at about an hour and a half, give or take, depending on how long it takes for your group to answer the questions; although the study seem to move quickly through each lesson.