Today is named successful marriage day in Colorado! Gov. Bill Ritter Jr. has declared this day successful marriage day because as he indicated “the State of Colorado recognizes the hard work of those providing advice and counseling to couples and families, and their efforts to ensure marriages succeed and our community’s foundations remain strong”
Congratulations to Tammie our June Blog for Books winner! She has won a copy of The Family You’ve Always Wanted. To find out more about Tammie check out her blog: http://allinadayof.blogspot.com
Special Blog for Books announcement: Keep up the commenting for your chance to win The Marriage You’ve Always Wanted coming out next month. Our July Blog for Books winner will receive 2 copies (1 for a friend) of Gary’s newly updated book. Remember the more you comment the better your chances are to be selectd the winner.
If you haven’t heard, there are 4 days left to take the 5LL Quiz for a chance to win a Gary Chapman conference trip.
It only takes a couple minutes to test your knowledge of the five love languages! You could win the grand prize. Don’t miss this chance!
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Congratulations to Angela! Our May Blog for Books winner! Angela will be receiving a copy of the one that started it all, The Five Love Languages.
Congratulations to Jena, our April Blog for Books winner! Just for commenting on this blog Jena is receiving a copy of Gary Chapman and co-author Ross Campbell’s book The Five Love Languages of Children. If you would like to find out more about our winner you can find her blog at: http://craftymomof4boys.blogspot.com/.
One topic that we often don’t hear about on Sunday morning is widowhood. Though we don’t often discuss it, it is vitally important. One of the difficulties of such a topic is that we often think we’re invincible. And when someone we love loses a spouse, what do we say? How do we comfort them?
Author and speaker Miriam Neff joins us to tell her story. She tells about her husband, Bob, and what it was like to lose him to ALS. She opens up about the sorrow she felt, and how she dealt with the loss.
Find out more about Miriam Neff, author of From One Widow To Another: http://www.widowconnection.com.
You can also find her new book at: http://fivelovelanguages.com/building_relationships.html