Saturday, December 6, 2014

The Uncommon Marriage Adventure by Tony & Lauren Dungy with Nathan Whitaker

The Uncommon Marraige Adventure
 Tony & Lauren Dungy with Nathan Whitaker

Book Description:
An adventure in love . . .
An adventure in faith . . .
An adventure in growing closer to God and each other than ever before.
It all begins here.

Tony and Lauren Dungy invite you to join them in The Uncommon Marriage Adventure, a book of daily reflections for couples based on the eight keys that have carried them through the best and worst of times. Every day you’ll find something to talk about, to pray over, to enjoy together, and to touch your heart. As you read, you’ll celebrate the commitment you’ve made to each other and rediscover the joy in your relationship. Dare to embark on your own marriage adventure—and see, as Tony and Lauren have, that marriage can be deeply, richly, beautifully uncommon. Tyndale House Publishers

The Uncommon Marriage Adventure: A Daily Journey to Draw You Closer to God and Each Other
Book description and photo from Barnes and Noble
My Review: The Uncommon Marriage Adventure by Tony & Lauren Dungy with Nathan Whitaker 
Marriage / Devotional
ISBN 9781414383729
  I give The Uncommon Marriage Adventure 5 stars. It is well written with life stories from the authors Tony & Lauren Dungy. It is a great tool to help with life, marriage and family life. Each devotion starts with a core principle and a scripture. Their are 96 core principles. The book is divided into 8 key groups that have worked well for them, their life and marriage.  They touch on how the Bible and Christ are living examples on how to live, teamwork, committed love, communication, support and not running from conflict. At the end of each devotion they showed you how to apply the lesson to your life. I really enjoyed this part. On page 8 was a example of how to pray for your wife with scripture from John 3:16. I change it to pray for my hubby and found this to be so humbling. All the examples and prayer ideas are easy to add to your situation, I found them to be easy to use and beneficial. Through out the book there were references to the authors coaching and football career which I am clueless about, but I found they added a humble and honest aspect to their life experiences. They made the book seem more real.

  I want to thank the author Tony & Lauren Dungy and Nathan Whitaker, the publisher Tyndale for providing me with this book in exchange for my honest review.  I am so grateful for their generosity. 

You can find this book at Barnes and Noble and Amazon.
Check out the author's at:
Coach Dungy's Blog
Dungy Family Foundation 

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