Wedding ceremonies are memorable experiences with elaborate decorations and photos that will hold up in photo albums for generations. Most of us can recite the standard wedding vows from memory. Couples are pledging to "love and cherish, until death do us part." While the love part may seem easy to grasp, do we really understand what it means to cherish our spouse? It's said once at the wedding and then rarely ever mentioned again.
Gary Thomas brings together personal stories with teachings from the Bible to demonstrate the powerful impact cherishing can have on marriage. Transform your marriage from an obligation to a delight, by learning to truly cherish your spouse.
Many marriages today are simply surviving as the couples grit their teeth and hold on. Some may be "going through the motions" in their relationship. Cherishing your spouse can reverse this pattern. Cherishing can breathe light, hope, and new life into a marriage—even one marred by neglect and disrespect.
Discover the simple art of learning to cherish your spouse by going out of your way to notice, appreciate, honor, encourage, and hold him or her close to your heart. Putting this into practice could bring hope, light, and life into your marriage.
- To Love and to Cherish
- The Only Man/Woman in the World
- Marriage as Ballet
- Your Honor
- When Cherishing Goes to War
- A Bride Made Beautiful
- I Almost Quit
- Cherishing Words
- Cherish Your Unique Spouse
- This Is How Your Spouse Stumbles
- The Art of Cherishing Your Spouse
- Easier to Cherish
- Biblical Power to Keep On Cherishing