30 Ways a Wife Can Bless Her Husband

by John Trent
Retail: $4.99
Size: 4.5 x 6.5 inches
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 112
ISBN: 9781628622867
ISBN-13: 9781628622867
Item Number: 4080X
Categories: Christian Living; Religion and Culture

Product Description

A husband longs to be unconditionally loved and accepted by his wife. As a wife, it is easy to take for granted that your husband already knows how much you love himóbut sometimes he doesn't. How can you show your husband how much you love him?

30 Ways a Wife Can Bless Her Husband is packed with 30 simple, fun, and affordable activities to show your husband that you love and appreciate him! From fun date night ideas to keeping the kitchen stocked with his favorite snack, easily turn these basic activities and random acts of kindness into powerful blessings that will positively impact your marriage for a lifetime! Using the illustration of Christ and His bride and other Bible passages as models, John Trent shares practical ways to bless your husband in 5 key ways:

1. Meaningful and appropriate touch
2.A spoken message
3.Attaching high value to the one being blessed
4.Picturing a special future for him or her
5.An active commitment to fulfill the blessing

In every home, with every wife, there is a choice: a choice to bless her husband. A wife can choose to communicate that incredible gift of unconditional love and acceptance that her husband longs for... Or she can actively or passively withhold the blessing from her husband, opening the door to loneliness and emotional hurt.

Author Bio

Dr. John Trent is president of StrongFamilies.com, the Gary Chapman Chair of Marriage and Family Ministry at Moody Theological Seminary, and founder of The Institute for the Blessing at Barclay College. John is a sought-after speaker and an award-winning author of more than twenty books, including six books for children. He has been a featured guest on numerous radio and television programs and leads The Blessing Challenge, a joint partnership with Focus on the Family and StrongFamilies.com. John and his wife of 30 years, Cindy, have two grown daughters and live in Arizona.