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Be in Love .........for the rest of your life You are 4 Days away from Laying a firm foundation for your future marriage Charting the course for an even better marriage Transforming a marriage that seems to be at the end. After all these years, bestselling author Gary Smalley and his wife, Norma, continue to improve their marriage. Learn from Dr. Smalley's latest research, employing biblical principles he and Norma have used in the last forty years of marriage, ministry, and counseling. Your marriage can be a safe place to love and be loved! Take the 4 Day Challenge today... God can do more than you can ask or think (from Ephesians 3:20). Watch these videos to learn more about the lessons in each day of the book Day 1 - Loving Words & Actions Day 2 - Communication & Resolving Anger Day 3 - Affection & Intimacy Day 4 - Trials & Treasures Wow! This may be the most practical, step-by-step manual for building a healthy marriage that we've ever seen! Gary and Norma have put the cookies on the bottom shelf for every couple who is looking for proven ways to lasting love. With a mountain of experience to stand on, this seasoned couple tells it like it is and their advice is sure to revolutionize your relationship. Drs. Les & Leslie Parrott Authors of Love Talk Gary Smalley has challenged and inspired me for years. His practical approach to living out the words of Jesus in a marriage is simple yet powerful. You will love his interactive approach to strengthen your marriage. Craig Groeschel Senior Pastor of LifeChurch.tv
Animals teach personality traits and how to respect individuals for who they are. The four animals in this story came out of the personality section we teach in our "Love Is a Decision" seminars, based on our book The Two Sides of Love. Not only do we want children to begin to learn the different personality characteristics, but it is also our deep desire to help parents begin to recognize and highly value even their very young children's unique, God-given bents. It was our good friend Chuck Swindoll who first pointed out to us how the familiar Proverb "Train up a child in the way he should go ..." should best be translated. The way it actually reads in Hebrew is "Train up a child according to his bent ...." We hope that by using four animals to describe the four basic personality types, we have helped you to see more clearly your child's "bent." And for you to help your child learn more about his own personality strengths, we've included a brief personality checklist for the two of you to do together. Limited picture descriptions present.