"Good communication is essential in a good marriage. In this unique book, best-selling author and pastor John Hagee and his wife, Diana, present a husband's and wife's point of view on communicating more effectively. Designed as two books in one, John's What Every Man Wants in a Woman and Diana's What Every Woman Wants in a Man will bless couples married for years, young and newly married couples, and even singles, who are seeking to gain a better understanding of their partner or improve their marriage in some way. Written in a easy-to-read conversational style, this book, which features anecdotes and jokes, as well as the latest statistics on marriages, will appeal to both men and women equally. ""Remember this: your marriage can be a better marriage, or it can be a bitter marriage. The choice is entirely up to you. Do not allow your past to control your future. You will never conquer, or change, what you refuse to confront."" - John Hagee ""What women want in a man may not be what God wants them to have. What women want in a man is not as easily received as we may think. We have much to do with what we want from others."" - Diana Hagee "
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by John Hagee
by Diana Gabaldon
by Diana Wynne Jones
by Diana Appleyard
by Billy Graham
by Anh Vu Sawyer, Pam Proctor
by Richard Powers
"This is a pair of well-produced lessons on what traditional Christianity has to say about heterosexual relationships. The two lessons, pleasantly rendered by Charles and Burr, offer wisdom and advice about staying sexually faithful, which to these authors is the linchpin that holds people together. This bond, they say, is inseparable from other marital qualities like trust, devotion, vulnerability, and sacrifice. Appealing to the view that men should be leaders and women followers, the author promotes a social order that conforms to traditional interpretations of biblical teaching, not to views of marriage that recognize the enormous strengths and initiative that women can exercise in their marriages. T.W. (c) AudioFile 2005, Portland, Maine"
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