You may be single, but there is something here for you. Your Wife Is Not Your Momma tells you how to choose a mate and even gives you a checklist to see if this person is “the one.” It tells you how to ask the right questions before you get married so you don’t have to have those problems after you tie the knot.
If you have children and want your family to be happier, this book will help you to build a better relationship with them.
How about your in-laws? Do you always get along, or would you like some clues to help you be more loving?
Bishop Boone oversees an entire movement of churches where not only his marriage but also the marriages of his leaders are strong and happy. That’s because they are doing what the Bible says.
It caused a grown man to weep.
It caused a single woman who was an unbeliever to seek after God.
It drove a pastor to desire more of God and have Jesus present in his life in a greater way.
This book will help you to love Jesus as your First Love and love mate and children as God intended when He created marriage.
It will help you to bring out the best in your mate and cheer them on when times get tough.
Every chapter has inspiring prayers and challenging meditations to help you apply what you learn.
Marriage is your most important training program for the next stage of life. Get the book and get successful—now, in this world, and also in the world to come. Don’t miss this opportunity. Order your book now.
This book was read by both my husband and I and was very instrumental in our growth and maturity in our marriage. We read this book years ago and is still very relevant. We are planning to use this as a tool with the husbands in our couples small group. If you are spiritually immature or “soft” as relates to your responsibilities as a husband…you’re not ready for this book. If you want to be challenged and grow in your marriage…get this book!—NRG. 5.0 out of 5 stars
If you are interested in authenticity as a Christian, so that your home life reflects Christ, then you will enjoy this book and get a lot out of it. My husband and I read it together in the morning after we read the Bible together. We want our lives to be Christian, from the inside out, so that the way we treat each other at home is true to what Jesus told us to do. We want to be obedient, but we find that we are in a lifelong battle between the flesh and the Spirit, and we can use the help from Godly Christians to make it real for us and show us the applications from the Word of God.
Wellington Boone has written a really great book. It’s going to seem a little radical, maybe, because he tells us to not fight back, and to be willing to humble ourselves and get stepped on a bit, but only out of the strength that we have by the power of God in our lives. I love how he says we should be like worms, not like snakes…because when a snake gets stepped on, it strikes back, but a worm is easily crushed.
He goes in to a lot of detail about how husbands can love their wives as Christ loves the church. I believe this is where he excels, in teaching men, because he is known as being a speaker at Promise Keepers. But there is application for single people (who wish to be married, especially) and also for women. Because we are all called to be little Christs. We all need to stop with our foolishness and be broken hearted over our sinful attitudes and actions…then we can turn to God and in humility, be transformed and become more Christlike. Our private lives should not be different from how we act at church. That’s what this book is all about.
I think it is a great book. Even if a person has a slightly different doctrinal background, if you are a Christian, you will find this book thought provoking and challenging. Next, I am going to buy Wellington Boone’s book about taking the Low Road to New Heights. What a great title! He sure knows how to name a book! K. Kerr. 5.0 out of 5 stars
i really liked this book. It gave tips on how to raise my daughter to look for a good Godly man. Also it gave me insight into the responsibilities of a husband. As a result i am not going to tote burdens that i am not supposed to carry. I have taken a better attitude of service to my husband (when things don’t seem fair). Even though my husband refused to read the book, I started a family practice of the 8 fold anointing in the book every day. And immediately I have seen changes in my man going starting to go out of his way to serve me. I would really like to see a part two-with more to say on immaturity. how it is identified and how to kill it.—J. Shaw. 4.0 out of 5 stars
I bought this several yrs back and let someone borrow it. This is a must have. C Springsteen. 5.0 out of 5 stars
I had heard my Sunday School teacher explain that he had this book years ago, but was not able to locate it. I surprised him with it a few weeks later and he seemed shocked and was so thankful.—Regular Joe. 5.0 out of 5 stars
My friend who recommended the book told me that it was difficult to read at times because it really called him to task. Nonetheless, he said it was deeply profound and on point. I decided to buy it that same day. Yes, the medicine may be difficult to swallow, and yes, it will make you better for taking it.—Z. Bynum. 5.0 out of 5 stars
I have really enjoyed this book. My fiance and I have learned a great deal about how to interact together as a couple and the pitfalls the seem to trap so many of our friends. It presents the fabulous concept of “out-serving your mate” in that if the two are always trying to out give to other then happiness abounds. I highly recommend this book for new and established couples.—H. Durham. 4.0 out of 5 stars
Wow! Every husband should read this. Dr. Wellington Boone nails it. I highly respect him. He lives what he teaches.—Jen. 5.0 out of 5 stars
Great book! I bought this book for the Men’s ministry at my church. We read the book together but didn’t make it all the way through. I thought it was a great read. I was familiar with Bishop Boone’s ministry through campus ministry some 18 years ago. Although the men at the church felt like the book was way over their heads, the book challenges men to live Godly and to be a servant to your wife and children. If you ask me, the men at my church are soft spiritually. LOL. Just kidding. I love those guys. Good book. I recommend it. Good book for husbands and wives to read together!—KG. 4.0 out of 5 stars
A Momma’s boy HandBook. 276 Pgs. Boys you can really learn things from this book! This is a book written by a Pastor that explains how and why men that are characterized as “A Momma’s Boy” are formed or produced. It has lots of information for guidance if you truly want a little bit of heaven in your home. I would suggest this book to both married and single men and women as heads-up on life in the future of becoming a wife or husband.—Yoli - Atlanta, GA. 5.0 out of 5 stars
After 40 years of marriage, I left my husband for many reasons, including disrespect and insensitivity. After 4 months I went back, with firm convictions and expectations. I will buy this book for more help to continue in my marriage, and to share with my husband. It takes great forbearance to live with another and thrive.—Patricia. 5.0 out of 5 stars
WOW! If you are a man of GOD, if you want to please your wife. If you love your wife and you think of her as a QUEEN. YOU WANT THIS BOOK. 4.0 out of 5 stars