“The best book on Christian marriage that I have ever read.”
Lasting marriages are built one defining moment at a time. The moment of blame. The moment of weakness. When your spouse suffers. When dreams disappoint. When the kids leave the nest. It’s how we think and behave toward one another in moments like these that determines whether our marriage endures or falters. Ultimately, these are invitations from God to consider our direction and pursue transformation.
With 37 years of marriage and 33 years of pastoring under his belt, Dave Harvey has identified those life-defining moments of a post-newlywed marriage. He wants to help couples recognize them in their own relationships so that they can take a proactive, godly approach to resolving conflicts, holding one another up as change inevitably happens, and ensuring that their marriage survives and thrives.
Whether your relationship is maturing gracefully, just needs a tune-up, or you and your spouse are locked in conflict and your future seems uncertain, Dave Harvey has encouragement and practical tools to help strengthen what remains and build a rock-solid union for the days to come.
About the Author:
Dave Harvey (DMin, Westminster Theological Seminary) serves as the president of Great Commission Collective, a church planting ministry in the US, Canada, and abroad. Dave founded AmICalled.com, pastored for thirty-three years, serves on the board of CCEF, and travels widely across networks and denominations as a popular conference speaker. He is the author of When Sinners Say “I Do,” Am I Called?, and Rescuing Ambition, and a coauthor of Letting Go: Rugged Love for Wayward Souls. He and his wife, Kimm, have four kids and four grandchildren and live in southwest Florida. For videos, articles, or to book an event, visit www.revdaveharvey.com.
“A brilliant guide to the years that come long after the initial ‘I do.’ As someone who is closing in on a quarter century of marriage, I can say it’s exactly the book I wanted to read, and perhaps even the book I needed to read.”–Tim Challies, blogger at Challies.com
“Going the distance together requires us to face some big moments–defining moments–so that we can learn to love in brokenness and humility. I Still Do is a great guide for couples.”–Elyse Fitzpatrick, author of Finding the Love of Jesus from Genesis to Revelation
“This book is so wise, so practically rich, so gospel deep it’s hard to do it justice by a few sentences.”– Paul Tripp, bestselling author, pastor, and international conference speaker; president, Paul Tripp Ministries
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I STILL DO: GROWING CLOSER AND STRONGER THROUGH LIFE'S DEFINING MOMENTS, by Dave Harvey