Next steps after LoveLife!

At Every Nation we have just finished a fantastic series called LoveLife where we have looked at relationships, based on the book from the bible called Song of Songs. If you missed it , why not catch the downloads at our Every Nation website.

I am sure most of us  feel we could invest more in the most important relationships in our lives. One way to prioritise your spouse next year might be to enrol on the Marriage course. We have one that starts Wednesday 19th January from 7:30 to 9:15, for 7 week in Twickenham, hosted by James and Megan Lyell. You can find the details at If Twickenham is too far then you check out other courses running in your area at Marriage course website.

The next best thing would be to read the book. The Marriage book by Nick and Sila Lee is packed full with fantastic advice on keeping your marriage healthy.

Not sure if marriage is the next step? Check out  Look before you Leap – J. John. Described as "A practical guide to one of the most difficult life decisions with humour". You can then enrol on a Marriage preparation course which  is designed for any engaged couple or couples looking towards marriage,  who want to build a strong and lasting relationship.

Every Man’s/ Every Womens battle are great books for both marrieds and singles, focusing  on how to deal with the battle of sexual purity. One review I read said about Every Man’s battle that “It’s just simple, straight advice about how to live the sort of life the Bible calls us to, in a society which gives us every opportunity not to”.

Hope for the Separated – Gary Chapman. Contains sound and practical advice for those who are separated to know how to give their marriage the best chance of being restored.

Finally, for those who have been through or are going through the pain of divorce or separation Holy Trinity Brompton run The Divorce and Separation Recovery course . The course is run three times a year and is both practical and supportive, giving any separated or divorced person the opportunity to discuss the challenges they are facing and the tools to deal with these effectively.

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