Each for the Other
Marriage as It’s Meant to be
With the help of his wife Kathy, author Bryan Chappell has given us a truly practical theology of marriage. Here is indispensable training on how to sacrificially love your spouse. Each for the Other also includes valuable discussion questions, perfectly suited for individual or group study. This book may be the best of its class for years, unveiling the key truths about marriage. Bryan Chapell’s goal is to make us imitators of Christ’s sacrificial ways for us.
“Each for the Other is a refreshing and definitive look at Gods instructions to couples on how to live sacrificiallyfor each other and for their families. In a day when the world espouses a self-centered view of love, this book gives us the Bibles standards of love. It is a book that should be read by all couples seeking to know Gods plan for their marriage.” — Dennis Rainey, executive director, Family Life, Campus Crusade for Christ
“Each for the Other is one of the few indispensable books on marriage. Because of its biblical precision and practical sensitivity, it is sweetly radical and bracing. Here is the landscape of marriage as it ought to be. This is a book to read, re-read, and savor; a first class achievement.” — R. Kent Hughes, senior pastor, College Church in Wheaton and author of Disciplines for the Godly Man
“As I read Each for the Other I had the sense of finding something for which I had long looked. The church is in desperate need of a teaching tool to help Gods people build marriages that reflect the reality of His grace. I think this book is that tool. Bryan combines theological precision with tender practicality and passionately presents the need for and Gods provision of grace in our marriages. This book is a must-read for every married couple and for every person considering marriage” — Susan Hunt, author, director of Women in the Church, Presbyterian Church in America
About the Author
Author Bryan Chapell is president of Covenant Theological Seminary, St. Louis, Missouri. He served as a pastor for many years and speaks widely throughout the U. S. and abroad. The father of four, he is also author of numerous books, such as Praying Backwards and Christ-Centered Parenting. He and his wife Kathy have been married for 35 years and live in St. Louis, Missouri