Marriage is great, but it’s not forever. It’s until death do us part. Then come eternal rewards or regrets depending on how we spent our lives.
In his latest book, Francis Chan joins together with his wife Lisa to address the question many couples wonder at the altar: “How do I have a healthy marriage?” Setting aside typical topics on marriage, Francis and Lisa dive into Scripture to understand what it means to have a relationship that satisfies the deepest parts of our souls.
In the same way Crazy Love changed the way we saw our personal relationship with God, You and Me Forever: Marriage in Light of Eternity will radically shift the way we see one of the most important relationships in our life.
Jesus was right. We have it all backwards. The way to have a great marriage is by not focusing on marriage.
Whether you are single, dating or married, You and Me Forever will help you discover the adventure that you were made for and learn how to thrive in it.
100% of the net proceeds earned by the publisher from this book will support various ministries including those that help provide shelter and rehabilitation for thousands of children and exploited women around the world.
“Again, our marriage problems are not really marriage problems. They are heart problems. They are God problems. Our lack of intimacy with God causes a void that we try to fill with the frailest of substitutes. Like wealth or pleasure. Like fame or respect. Like people. Like marriage.” (source)
“And the answer to sin is still the same: Fear God. Love for your family is not always enough to protect your family from your own wickedness. It’s a deep-rooted knowledge that a holy God is watching that will steer you from evil during the most alluring temptations.” (source)
“Christians in America have become experts at conviction—and failures at action.” (source)
“Protect your marriage by reminding each other that God is holy and Jesus will return at any moment.” (source)
“A Christ-centered and eternity-minded marriage is not the same thing as a ‘fun’ marriage.” (source)