Since becoming a mom, do you ever feel like your marriage no longer receives the attention it needs to thrive? Do you ever wonder how you're supposed to re-center your heart on your husband when you are so busy with everything else ? Read more...
Since becoming a mom, do you ever feel like your marriage no longer receives the attention it needs to thrive? Do you ever wonder how you're supposed to re-center your heart on your husband when you are so busy with everything else?
Those feelings we experienced in the first days of love and marriage often become buried beneath hurried life, active children, and mountains of bills and laundry. Maybe you've questioned and perhaps even worried if you'll ever again experience romance as you did in the beginning--that newness of what it meant to be fully caught up in one another. But what if you could rekindle that fresh sort of love? What if there was a secret to love unending?
For the next twenty-one days, journey with Becky Thompson to remember what life was like when you first fell in love with your husband. Each daily challenge, reflection, and prayer will refocus your attention, re-center your heart, reignite the romance, and help you rediscover your marriage in the midst of motherhood.
Take the Love Unending 21-day challenge and discover the best way forward is to look back at the beginning.
Publishers Weekly® Reviews
- Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
- Review Date: 2016-11-14
- Reviewer: Staff
In her second book, blogger and writer Thompson (Hope Unfolding) challenges mothers to commit to loving their husbands like they did when they first fell in love. She urges women to think back to the beginning of their relationships, a time when their hearts still raced to get a text message or a phone call, they endlessly brainstormed little ways to show their love, and they never chose Facebook or Netflix over some quality time together. The book is structured as a 21-day challenge, and each chapter focuses on different facets of marriage that many women might struggle with and actionable steps they can take to cultivate their relationship with their husbands. Thompson shares personal stories of her struggles as a wife and mother and the lessons shes learned throughout her marriage and her own 21-day challenge. Each chapter also includes a short applicable Bible verse, a prayer, and prompts for journaling and reflection. Though directed primarily at mothers, Thompsons stories and advice will resonate with many married women who want to reconnect with their husbands and discover how walking in love can be far more beautiful than falling in love. (Jan.)