The passion and fulfillment of new romance is a powerful elixir, only to be enhanced over time . . . or so we all want to believe. Many couples find that over time the reality of marriage--maybe after having children, moving to a new place, advancing in a career, or experiencing a trauma or loss--becomes a habit or, worse, rote duty.
Debby and Jason Coleman - authors of Discovering You Amazing Marriage - have been there. They have lived through the challenges--even infidelity. And now they are ready to share some of the secrets they found to help reignite the romance, respect, and love in their relationship.
No matter how long you've been married, with the timely, honest, and spiritually relevant advice in this book an amazing marriage--one filled with respect, love, passion, and devotion--is within your reach.
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Jason and Debby Coleman have both been active in the local church for the majority of their marriage, working in various ministries with their main focus working with teens and children. They have been active leaders in the Awana ministry for nineteen years as well as serving on the Awana Ministry Team for the Pacific Northwest. Jason has also served as an elderelect and he has coordinated the Outreach Ministry in a local church.
They have a heart for missions and have been on several mission trips to Rio de Janeiro, Brasil. Jason and Debby have four children, three daughters and a son, ranging in age from eighteen to eleven. They are extremely involved in the lives of their children, as the kids are active in sports, school activities, church youth groups, and much more.
Jason and Debby celebrated their twentieth wedding anniversary in September of 2009, and they currently live in Federal Way, Washington.
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Descrizione libro Seraphina Press, Inc., 2010. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Never used!. Codice libro della libreria P110984196536