Item description for SHOOTING THE RAPIDS IN A WOODEN CANOE (Real Life Stuff For Couples) by Tim McLaughlin...
Overview While many people enjoy surprises, no one is thrilled with change. And no marriage, no matter how insluated, is immune to unexpected changes. This book provides couples with a solid road map for anticipating new developments, such as having children and caring for aging parents. All without the challenging legends at the bottom.
Publishers Description Real-life struggles, real-life hope, real-life marriageMarriage is anything but predictable. One minute it's smooth sailing; the next it's rough waters ahead. Sometimes we simply lose our sense of direction. And since married life is full of surprises, many of us tend to take the plunge, hang on tight, and hope for the best. But although change is inevitable, you can be prepared for what's next.Inside "Shooting the Rapids in a Wooden Canoe" you'll find a practical guide for navigating life with your mate. From sharing your space to becoming parents to finding your dream house, you'll find spiritual wisdom to handle the milestones and mishaps of matrimony.Real Life Stuff for Couples is where fairy tales meet reality. Featuring the popular Message translation, each study is filled with humorous insights, topical issues, and provocative ideas that will spark conversation--and your love life. So don't just go through the marital motions. Live, love, and learn together.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.16" Width: 5.64" Height: 0.36" Weight: 0.44 lbs.
Release Date Jul 30, 2007
Publisher NAV PRESS #111
Edition Student/Stdy Gde
Series Real Life Stuff For Couples
ISBN 1600061648 ISBN13 9781600061646
Availability 0 units.
More About Tim McLaughlin
William Klein has written several books and is published in many magazines and journals, and has served as a pastor. He is currently Professor of New Testament and Chairman of the Division of Biblical Studies at Denver Seminary
Tim McLaughlin currently resides in Portland, in the state of Oregon.