Marital Intelligence: A foolproof guide for saving and supercharging marriage

Marital Intelligence: A foolproof guide for saving and supercharging marriage

by Gil Stieglitz

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Overview

Marital Intelligence, subtitled “A foolproof guide for saving and supercharging marriage,” is based on thousands of hours of marital counseling and observation by the author. Stieglitz is a counselor, speaker, mentor, professor, and leadership consultant based in Roseville, Calif. He is currently a professor at Western Seminary, a district superintendent for the Evangelical Free Church of America, and a church consultant for Thriving Churches International. He also directs his own ministry, Principles to Live By.

Stieglitz says there are only five problems in marriage: (1) Ignoring needs; (2) Immature behaviors, (3) Clashing temperaments, (4) Competing relationships, and (5) Past baggage. With each issue, he carefully and consistently lays out biblical teaching on the subject, and then includes helpful anecdotes, solutions, and self-tests to help the reader.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780884692973
Publisher: BMH Books
Publication date: 02/01/2010
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 278
File size: 4 MB

About the Author

Gil Stieglitz is a counselor, speaker, mentor, professor, and leadership consultant. He is currently a professor at Western Seminary, a district superintendent for the EFCA, a church consultant for Thriving Churches International, and president of Principles to Live By. His desire is to help as many people as possible achieve their maximum potential for God’s glory. The author of six books, he was for 17 years, the pastor of the Twin Lakes Community Church in Southern California. He now resides in Roseville, Calif., with his wife, Dana, and their three daughters. He received Master of Divinity and Doctor of Ministry degrees from Talbot School of Theology.

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