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Making Love Last: 365 Ways to Love Your Wife

by Egli, Glenn, Carrell, Jennifer

Bridge-Logos 1994

Runs on Windows, Mac and mobile.
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Overview

Even good marriages need to be strengthened. Based on many hours of counseling women, men and couples, this practical handbook gives husbands pertinent kernels of wisdom. Using real-life examples, the authors will help you show, not just “feel,” love for your wife. Daily suggestions give you fresh, creative ways to express your love to your wife one day at a time. There are over seventy different topics, each accompanied by five specific ways to bless your wife in what you say and do. These 365 “blessings” are designed as practical applications to help meet your wife’s physical, emotional, and spiritual needs.

Praise for the Print Edition

Two things Glenn and Jennifer don’t tell you about this little book. First, if you will follow it for even six to eight weeks, it will become habitual. And, when that happens, your marriage will be enriched immensely in an ongoing and cumulative way. Second, as you bless your wife, you’ll learn to bless additional persons, enriching other relationships. And, third, as your bless your wife, guess who also gets blessed? That’s right, you!

—Art McPhee, Teacher, Mission and Intercultural Studies, Associated Mennonite Biblical Seminary; Author, Friendship Evangelism

Product Details

  • Title: Making Love Last: 365 Ways to Love Your Wife
  • Authors: Glenn Egli and Jennifer Carrell
  • Publisher: Bridge-Logos
  • Publication Date: 1994
  • Pages: 227

About the Authors

Glenn Egli President of Discipling Life Process Ministries in Tacoma, WA, where he resides with his wife, Ardis. He is the author of Prayer that Releases Power and True Discipleship.

Jennifer Carrell is a successful free-lance editor and writer known for her frequent contributions to Seattle area periodicals. She resides in Tacoma, WA, with her husband, Dean.