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Lies the Church Told Me About Marriage and Relationships
by Terrell D. Davis
Lies the Church Told Me About Marriage and Relationships offers an insightful and biblically sound consideration of what it means to cultivate a true Christian marriage, particularly in the aftermath of divorce.
Written by a pastor who has himself experienced the tragedy of a failed marriage, this thoughtful work explores the common misperceptions perpetuated by teachings within churches and encourages believers to look ahead to the future with a new, God-centered perspective. Seeking a partner who attends church is not enough; even seeking another Christian is not enough. Here, Terrell Davis provides specific advice about what we need to consider in potential spouses and, perhaps more important, how we need to prepare ourselves to be ready for the gift God has prepared for us.About the Author
Terrell D. Davis is a native of Oklahoma and currently resides in Kansas with his wife, Jacqualyn. He is the father of three children, Terrell II, Cameron, and Aniah. Having earned a BA in communications from Sterling College, an M.Ed in educational leadership from Newman University, and a Ph.D in education from Oral Roberts University, Mr. Davis is currently employed as the senior pastor at New Hope Missionary Baptist Church and as a middle school principal in the Wichita Public Schools. He is also a faculty member of the National Baptist Congress of Christian Education, teaching Preparing Young Adults for Marriage for the past seven years and facilitating numerous retreats for young adults and couples.(2010, paperback, 38 pages)