A lasting marriage is built one defining moment at a time
When your spouse suffers. When dreams disappoint. When you're tempted to point fingers. When the kids leave the nest. It's how we think and behave toward one another in moments like these that determines whether our marriage endures or falters. Dave Harvey, author of the bestselling When Sinners Say "I Do," helps you recognize the life-defining moments of a post-newlywed marriage so you can take a proactive, godly approach to resolving conflicts, hold one another up as change inevitably happens, and ensure your marriage not only survives but thrives.
"A brilliant guide to the years that come long after the initial 'I do.' As someone who is closing in on a quarter century of marriage, I can say it's exactly the book I wanted to read, and perhaps even the book I needed to read."--Tim Challies, blogger at Challies.com
"Going the distance together requires us to face some big moments--defining moments--so that we can learn to love in brokenness and humility. I Still Dois a great guide for couples."--Elyse Fitzpatrick, author of Finding the Love of Jesus from Genesis to Revelation
"This book is so wise, so practically rich, so gospel deep it's hard to do it justice by a few sentences."--Paul Tripp, bestselling author, pastor, and international conference speaker; president, Paul Tripp Ministries
"I want a long-lasting, satisfying marriage that is rugged and durable. Suffering will come. Sin will mess things up. Satan will undermine us. Children will leave. Sex will change. Friendship will wither. Blaming and fights will surface. I want my marriage to not just survive but thrive in a fallen world. Dave Harvey serves us yet again by writing another solid, Christ-honoring marriage book. Get a copy and read it with your spouse!"
Deepak Reju, pastor of biblical counseling and family ministry, Capitol Hill Baptist Church, Washington, DC; author ofShe's Got the Wrong GuyandThe Pastor and Counseling
"Standing at the altar with my husband almost two decades ago, I had no idea what the future would bring. And even though I still imagine myself that young bride, the truth is that the years have changed us. We are different people facing unique challenges in each new season of life. That's why I'm grateful for a book likeI Still Do.Within its pages, Dave Harvey offers advice and hard-won perspective for marriages like mine that are starting a second lap around the track. But above all, Harvey calls us to run our race relying on the very thing that brought us together in the first place: the grace and kindness of God."
Hannah Anderson, author ofHumble RootsandAll That's Good