Wednesday, December 2, 2015

Day 2 - The Ministry of Marriage (Kindle Version) by Jim Binney


Welcome to day 2 of our 12 Days of Christmas Giveaways!  Be sure to come back every day.  Entries close December 15th.

One of our regular blog contributors, Charity, has been so kind to donate a Kindle Version of The Ministry of Marriage by Jim Binney.  Check out the link to read more about the book.  It looks like a good one!


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14 comments:

Charity said...

Love love love this book! It quickly rose to the top of my favorite marriage books.

proud2Bmomma said...

Honestly, I haven't read a ton of books on marriage. There 2 specific sections in Created to Be His Helpmeet that were particularly helpful to me.

Sally Stensaas said...

When Risque Is Okay was a big help to me in realizing that as I minister to my husband I am worshipping God as He is the one Who created me to be a help meet in every area.

familieclark said...

Would love to read this book!

Sarah LeClercq said...

Honestly, I have not read a whole lot of marriage books, which is why I would love to win this

Hannah said...

I'd love to read this book! Like I commented on the last post, I really enjoyed "Power of a Praying Wife". God used this book to change my marriage for His glory!

Tabiatha Tallent said...

Looks like a great book. I would love to read it.

Thanks!
Tabiatha

Rachel said...

I really want this book. It would be fun to win it!

David and Dee Dee Sterling said...

I enjoyed reading "Created to be His Helpmeet". I would love to read this one! Hope I win! :)

Anonymous said...

I was blessed to hear him speak. I'm sure this book will be a help.

Anonymous said...

Let Me Be a Woman is great and has wonderful instruction on marriage!

Anonymous said...

My favorite book is Love and Respect , it's really good. But I want to read this one as well!

Anonymous said...

I loved Created to Be His Help Meet and The Power of a Praying Wife (though I haven't finished the latter yet.) -Jennifer Smith

Anonymous said...

For Women Only and the Act of Marriage books are two of the first books I read.