Pastor Mark Driscoll and his wife, Grace, talk about sex and marriage in down-to-earth terms, hitting issues other Christian books won't. While a wonderful wedding day is important, it's the last day of marriage that really counts. Will the last day of your marriage come prematurely through divorce? Will it be filled with regrets as you sit at the funeral of your spouse? Or, by God's grace, will the last day be a time to rejoice in the life you lived together?
Pastor Mark Driscoll and his wife, Grace, want you to finish well on the last day. They share private and painful issues that damaged their own marriage-including his introduction to pornography in elementary school and her abuse as a teenager at the hands of a boyfriend-and how they overcame them to experience healing and joy with each other again.
Together they tackle the tough issues, such as:
Should I confess my pre-marital sexual sin to my spouse? Is it okay to have a "work husband/wife"? Can I say no to sex when I really do have a headache? What does the Bible say about masturbation and oral sex?
From fun date night tips to the most tricky "can we do that?" sex questions, Mark and Grace share practical help and hope with people just like them-who entered marriage a complete mess-or who are planning to be married someday and want to avoid some sticky pitfalls.
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I can't get over how awful the reader is :( it ruined the book for me
All I can say is wow. Got this book after I heard a podcast about Mark and Graces story. My marriage is great but why not make it better and I believe in everything in life there is always room for improvement. Bought the audio book and its Cool Actually hearing a male and a female tell their story just wish it was really them lol but its still really good and marriage changing. Fixing to start a small group study in my church.
So great but can't stand the reader
The male reader comes off so stinking arrogant, it's hard listen to. I wish I could've listened to this book without the perceived "better than thou" tone of the reader.