What do you do if you want a marriage that doesn’t just survive, but thrives? That doesn’t just begin romantically but also ends magnificently?
Answer: You do something different.
You’ve seen marriages fail time and again. Even relationships you thought were bulletproof don’t last–or maybe worse—fade away to a cold, gray lovelessness. It’s no wonder that for today’s generation, “getting what you want” is often a substitute for love, and disillusionment about marriage is the new normal.
But you can have a long-term, love-blessed marriage. Whether you’re still considering it, are about to be wed, or have been married for a while and want to make changes, Love, Sex & Happily Ever After delivers an infusion of hope. Author Craig Groeschel clearly and honestly lays out the choices and commitments you can make now to change the way you think and act—to build the relationship you want for the rest of your life.
With an invigorating mix of personal story, practical guidance and biblical truth, Craig invites you into a candid conversation about first dates, sex, communication, integrity, forgiveness, and commitment. Along the way, he shows how you can build a soul-enriching, God-honoring relationship with the one you love…and believe together again in your very own “happily ever after.”
Previously released as Going All the Way – book description from amazon.com
In “Love, Sex & Happily Ever After” Craig Groeschel writes about relationships, whether it’s dating, thinking about dating, engaged or married. He talks about ways to ensure that you have a long-term and blessed marriage, and how you can change the ways you think and act to build the relationship that you will want for the rest of your life.
This is a great book to read even if you aren’t in a relationship, but especially if you are in one. It is pretty easy to follow and humorous as well. Craig shares the wisdom of lessons from his own life from his less than honorable sexual experiences through forgiveness and into his current marriage with his spouse, which provides a really helpful dimension to the whole thing. There are also some discussion questions in the back that would be great to go through with a small group/bible study or even by yourself. I got a lot out of it for sure, and it’s quite a nice book to keep on hand.