Review: From This Day Forward

_240_360_Book_1389_coverFrom This Day Forward by Craig and Amy Groeschel

Non-Fiction. Published 2014.

Read: December 2014, 171 pages


Book Blurb:

The choices you make each and every day determine not only your relationship with God but also the quality of your marriage. The decisions you make today will determine the marriage you will have tomorrow.

In From This Day Forward, you will discover five commitments that will absolutely fail-proof your marriage:

  1. Seek God.
  2. Fight fair.
  3. Have fun.
  4. Stay pure, and
  5. Never give up.

If you and your spouse will earnestly commit to do all five of these things, you’ll discover a richer, deeper, more authentic relationship and a more rewarding, more passionate love life.

Don’t be a statistic. Don’t be average. Let’s get you the marriage you’ve always wanted. Starting right now—from this day forward.

Impressions & Thoughts:

This book is delivered to you by a committed couple. Although it is primarily written by Pastor Craig, this book includes Amy’s Angle on each chapter presented giving you insight from man and wife. Their book provides couples with practical and manageable advise to follow to lead a more fulfilling marriage.

From This Day Forward is determined to help your marriage. This book began as a series of sermons Craig presented at Sometimes we have a tendency to hold on to the past bringing it in to the present. Anyone out there guilty of that? But the past is the past and you can’t change it Craig reminds us. God can and will change your future if you allow. God has what it takes and what you need in your marriage. Will you seek The One with your two?

Craig Groeschel is the founding and senior pastor at Craig, his wife, and their six children live in Oklahoma where began in 1996. He speaks frequently at conferences and has written several books.

I received this book free for my review at !


What could have destroyed you, God can use to make you stronger, closer, and give you an unbreakable bond. -p171

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