At the heart of every family is a husband and wife. That relationship is the beginning and hopefully lasts until death do us part. How would you describe your marriage? Humdrum—wonderful—just existing—lacking?
No matter which answer you give, you’ll find practical encouragement in Titus2’s new book, My Delight: Loving My Husband.
Whether you’ve been married three years or fifty, My Delight will encourage you to strengthen your marriage God’s way. You’ll find help to make your home a haven, how to nurture yourself to be the best wife possible, practical examples to show your husband you love him, what it means to build him up, and much more! In addition, there are thought-provoking questions in each chapter to help you apply what you’ve read. Single ladies desiring to be married or those in a relationship currently, this would also be a perfect marriage-preparation book for you.
Teri’s conversational style and candid personal
illustrations make this an enjoyable, applicable, and often
convicting read. No matter how long you’ve been married,
you’ll find insight into improving your marriage. Lisa
Teri shares practical tips to help us be the loving wives
that God has equipped us to be. Michelle Duggar
It’s been several years since the Lord laid a burden on my heart to write a book. Last summer, Steve gave a gentle nudge, asking me to pray about the topic. The Lord confirmed that this was indeed the time! Not only has the Lord blessed me with personal experience as Steve’s wife for 44 years but also as a Titus2 mentor.
From prayer to publishing, My Delight is the result.
We believe My Delight has the potential to change marriages around the world. If you purchase three or more copies (that’s just one copy for yourself and gifting two friends!), you’ll save 10%, and enjoy free economy shipping in the United States. What could be more worthwhile than encouraging a friend to have a delightful marriage?
Thank you for your enthusiasm!
Trusting in Jesus,
“That they may teach the young women to be
sober, to love their husbands, to love their children.”