A Husband After God’s Own Heart
12 Things That Really Matter in Your Marriage
Here’s a book that will help to:
- Make You a Better Husband
- Bring you and your wife together as a true team
- Enhance your communication
- Deepen your marriage and family relationships
- Add more fun to your times together
It’s the companion book to A Wife After God’s Own Heart by Elizabeth George’s husband, Jim George. Men often don’t realize that faithfulness in small matters can render significant and exceptional results. Covers, growing in the Lord, working as a team, communication, intimacy, money management, raising the children, balancing career and family, reaching out to others together and more.
In A Husband After God’s Own Heart, author Jim George points you to the little touches that can bring great results. They’re based on clear and simple priorities that God gives you in the Bible.
Especially valuable are the “Little Things that Make a Big Difference” applications at the end of every chapter. You’ll be amazed at how small steps, in the right direction, can give you a much more fulfilling marriage.
- Introduction: My Testimony
- Growing in the Lord
- Working as a Team
- Learning to Communicate
- Enjoying Intimacy
- Managing Your Money
- Keeping Up the Home
- Raising Your Children
- Extending Love to Family
- Tendering Your Career
- Making Time for Fun
- Serving the Lord
- Reaching Out to Others
- Seasons of a Marriage
- Study Questions
About the Author
Jim George is a bestselling author and national speaker dedicated to helping people live a life after God’s own heart. For over 30 years, the teachings and steadfast example of Jim has helped countless men and women grow in grace. Jim is the bestselling author of A Man After God’s Own Heart and several other books. Besides writing, he has served as a pastor, seminary professor, and as a pharmacist with the Medical Service Corps of the Army Reserve.
Jim holds a Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy from the University of Oklahoma, and a Master of Divinity and Master of Theology from Talbot School of Theology.