How to Bombproof Your Marriage: 5 Pillars For Flourishing Together
I got married in late 2006 as a young man without a clue. My heart was given to Christ, but I was immature and completely unfit to care for a daughter of Christ.
Not much has changed.
This marriage thing is hard, and that is why, despite the fact that I have written on many topics I rarely touch marriage. Not because it doesn’t need to be addressed, but because I just feel underqualified to write authoritatively on the subject (same with parenting). But the more I have thought about it, the more I think my shortcomings actually make me more qualified to explore marriage. If we’re honest, I think we all suck at this marriage thing too often and thus if we stop comparing our marriage to that of our friends and family (who are also just other sinners bound together), we might be able to look upward to the Lord to see what he has for us in holy matrimony.
I wrote this new ebook, How to Bombproof Your Marriage: 5 Pillars For Flourishing Together, in an effort to share what I believe God has shared with me. And I want to share it with you.
The ideas in the ebook are not mine. They are from the pages of Scripture and in many ways these pillars are lessons written in my failure to be a godly husband to my wife. If you will do the hard work and drill down deep to install these pillars underneath your marriage, you will find that your marriage will stand in the most trying of times. And by trying times I mean death, infidelity, spiritual warfare, and mental illness. Because the principles for building a great marriage also happen to be the same principles which season our souls in Christ.
One final thing before we get started. I encourage you to read this rather short guide and then I encourage you to have your spouse read it as well. After you have both read it, I encourage you to schedule a date night and discuss the questions at the end.
Got your mind right? Got your tools ready? Let’s go build some pillars.
Get your free copy here: Bombproof Your Marriage: 5 Pillars for Flourishing Together