• A 21 Day Love Assignment Challenge For Couples! 21 days to a happier you and a happier marriage! You’ll be so glad you did that you just can’t stop smiling. Love Assignments is a daily simple but fun assignment book to help rekindle and keep the flame is your marriage alive. It even has fun and exciting coupons in the rear of the book to give and exchange with your spouse.
  • Purchase for ANY AMOUNT until September 30th. We all expect one thing or another every day, throughout the day, even if we expect nothing at all. I know I do. Expectations are the direct result of what we believe, whether good or bad, true or false. Unfortunately, many are programmed by the world’s system to expect the worse in order to avoid disappointment, though the best is just as likely to happen. But, of course, that’s not you. Many things shape our expectations. Our previous experiences, others’ successes and failures, national statistics, family history, and the reliability of those we trust, just to name a few, determine what we will anticipate for the present, as well as the future. But, true faith in God’s promises, providence, plans, and power will overturn the seemingly impossible, undoable, and unreachable. When our eyes are on Him and who He is, our vision for MORE greatly increases and our EXPECTATIONS are on a whole new level. MAXIMIZE YOUR EXPECTATIONS helps you to recognize your personal forecast for everything in your life, and how to change it if your outcomes have not been favorable. Often, we SAY we’re expecting one thing while everything else about us says something else. Our core belief system becomes evident by what we say and what we do, thus revealing our true expectations. No worries! By the time you finish reading this book, your words and actions will be in perfect alignment with the blessed and meaningful life that God wants you to have. Are you ready to MAXIMIZE YOUR EXPECTATIONS?
  • Have you ever awaken one morning, looked over at your spouse, and thought, “Oh my Lord, I’m really married! How did I get here? Did I make the right decision? Who is this person that I married?” At some point in our lives, most of us have had these thoughts race through our minds during the early morning hours. I remember hearing a statement from an elderly woman years ago that really made me think. She said, “Baby, marriage is for grown folk.” I thought of a few people I knew who were married but never seemed very grown up to me. In fact, they often acted like children. Nevertheless, I realized that marriage is something a couple should enter with their eyes open, not with an assumed hope that all will just automatically go well. “Marriage is for grown folk” and it should always be approached with caution. As I continued to observe the lives of others, I became very aware that marriage could be like heaven on earth if it is God-led and God-breathed experience. When God joins two mature people together, marriage can be the union of two destinies flowing in harmonious rhythm. If the couple walks together with God, they will be able to stride through the highs and lows of life without ever skipping a beat. If God is not recognized as the third member of that marriage, however, that couple won’t tap into a supernatural flow and rhythm. If He is not allowed to lead and guide their relationship, that couple will get out of sync with each other. In this scenario, the two parties are left asking themselves one big question: Who is this that I married?


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