When we speak the words “I do” at our wedding, what does “I do” truly mean? Does it mean we will do everything we’re told to do for our husbands? Who set the standard for how we’re supposed to behave, what we’re supposed to do, and how we’re supposed to act as wives? Is there a true “one size fits all” standard for marriage? And is it possible to have a successful, fulfilling marriage for both husband and wife for “all the days of our lives”? In How to be a God-wife, Not Just a Good Wife, author April Young tells women how living as a happy wife can lead to a happy life, not just for us as women, but for our husbands as well. Being a wife is challenging. Learning to coexist with another human being can be difficult at times. Learning how to disagree and “fight” in a healthy way is even harder when two people are bound to one another for the rest of their lives.
Once the newness of being married wears off is when the teachable moment that will change the course of our marriage begins. This is where How to be a God-Wife, Not Just a Good Wife can help women in their marriages. You will discover: – The importance of setting the tone in your home. – What it means to invest in intimacy; it’s not just for the bedroom. – The act of forgiveness and dealing with hurt feelings concerning our spouse.- Both verbal and non-verbal communication.And more!”A wife is a woman of tremendous influence and power. Her connection and fellowship with the Father is the instrument that makes her marriage flow in beautiful harmony.”