Debbie Maken: Success Stories

Getting Serious About Getting MarriedMake your way over to Debbie Maken’s blog and read two success stories from a man’s perspective. Debbie’s the author of Getting Serious About Getting Married.

In her latest post titled Success Stories she does a Q&A and gets the guys talking.

As it turned out, I was wasting my time there, but, looking back, this was providential, because that church illustrated Debbie’s point about male- female ‘friendship’ actually blocking the formation of proper, adult marriage-bound relationships.

Are you over 30 and unmarried? Do you have a copy of the book? What are you waiting for? Some happily married guy is selling his on Amazon.

It’s difficult reading. Not because the words are too big, but because it makes you take a hard look at some of the decisions you’ve made. If you’re too cheap to buy the book (and no wonder you’re still single) go read it on the Crossway website.

Comments

3 Responses to “Debbie Maken: Success Stories”

  1. Valerie (Kyriosity) on April 4th, 2008

    She actually blogged again? I’d almost given up hope!

  2. gortexgrrl on April 17th, 2008

    More good news:

    After months of campaigning to have it removed from the remaining modern Bibles where it still occupies a place in 1 Cor 7:7, IT HAS FINALLY BEEN REMOVED FROM THE NEW LIVING TRANSLATION.

    It now reads: 7 But I wish everyone were single, just as I am. Yet each person has a special gift from God, of one kind or another.

    Hooray!!

  3. lucyzoe on April 17th, 2008

    I’m really quite upset about all the ugliness that this discussion has stirred in the blogosphere. It’s so unnecessary. I don’t want to be a part of it.




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