Of Knights and Fair Maidens
Is True Romance Possible in the 21st Century?
Jeff and Danielle were determined to do things differently. So, before the era of “True Love Waits”, they interviewed married couples to discover the keys to a successful courtship. Applying these principles in their own relationship, they wrote this humorous, heart-warming book. Of Knights and Fair Maidens has given tens of thousands of young couples honest and straightforward counsel about the best way to prepare for marriage.
15 years later, this is an update of the original version, in hardcover.
“We have been blessed by reading Of Knights and Fair Maidens, because it is so practical. Every Christian should have a copy to use as a handbook for relationships.”
— Jim Ryun, world-record runner, Olympian, and U.S. Congressman
About the Authors
Dr. Jeff Myers is President of Passing the Baton International. He seeks to mentor, coach and disciple the next generation of future leaders in a Christian worldview. He is also the author of From Playpen to Podium; Handoff: the Only Way to Win the Race of Life; and Cultivate: Forming the Emerging Generation Through Life-on-Life Mentoring.
Focus on the Family founder James Dobson refers to Jeff as “a very gifted and inspirational young leader.” Evangelist Josh McDowell calls him “a man who is 100% sold out to preparing the next generation to reflect the character of Christ in the culture.” With appearances on Fox News and other media programs, Dr. Myers is a fresh voice offering the insight of a Christian worldview. Jeff and his wife live in Colorado.
Table of Contents
- So You Want to go Back to Medieval Times?
- Rethinking a Very Old, but Very Cool Idea
- How we Met and Committed to Marriage Before we Fell in Love
- Breaking the “Lone Ranger” Habit
- No Masks
- Waiting in the Wings
- How to Fall in Love, Courtship Style
- Okay, Smart Guy!
- Involving Others in Your Relationship
- Just for Guys: How to Get to Know her Dad
- Beyond Pizza and a Movie
- Getting Ready, Part One: Stuff to Think About
- Getting Ready, Part Two: Stuff to Talk About
- Ladies and Gentlemen, the Question Is …
- Happily Ever After