Not sure about you but my marriage has been far from roses and sunshine , major ups and downs but at the end of the day we are still married and still working on how we should be as a married couple 16 years later.
Dave and Ann did a fantastic job on giving married couples a look into what god wants your marriage to look like, but it take work and lots of it to get to where you want your marriage to be. There are FOUR parts to this book, ” Going Vertical”, “Conflict and Communication”, Intimacy”, and Living Vertical”. My favorites were Part 2 and Part 3 because I got a load of light bulbs going off in my head while reading and will re read this whole book again but with highlighters! This book had me crying, laughing, and then praying while I read certain things. Dave and Ann made this book enjoyable and a hard to put down book once you start reading it. I started reading about 6 am and finished this book about 9 or 10 pm lol. Like I said hard to put down! I highly recommend this book to newly married, seasoned married, and thinking of becoming married, or engaged because I can guarantee you will learn something in this book that will get you to your VERTICAL Marriage .
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New begining for me here at wordpress, I have always blogged with Blogger but I am closing my blogger account and posting all Reviews here starting September 2018. My name is Vanessa I am a stay at home mom who has been reviewing books and products over ten years now. I took this summer off to spend time with my daughters and will be in full swing very soon. Thank you for your patience. You can read my reviews from"My OLD Blog" .
Living an ART filled life...“Creativity is a God-given ability to take something ordinary and make it into something special. It is an openness to doing old things new ways…The creative spirit is part of our heritage as children of the One who created all things. And nurturing our creativity is part of our responsibility as stewards of God’s good gifts.” - Emilie Barnes, The Spirit of Loveline