Lord I Wish My Husband Would Pray with Me: Breaking Down the Spiritual Walls Between You and Your Husband
After twenty-five years of marriage counseling, pastor Larry Keefauver realized that for the hundreds of times he heard wives sigh, "I wish my husband would pray with me." Keefauver rarely heard husbands express that desire. Neither have many husbands expressed to him much of a need for more spiritual intimacy with their wives, more prayer, nor more reading of the Bible together. In fact, he found that most husbands don't even see that there is, in many cases, a spiritual "wall" between them and their wives. Lord, I Wish My Husband Would Pray With Me isn't just another "relationship" book. It's not about gimmicks or games a wife can play to get her husband's attention. A husband and wife were created to commune before the Lord together, and this book is your Spirit-led guide to finding that place of communion with your husband.
About the Author
Larry Keefauver, M.Div., is the general editor of the Holy Spirit Encounter, and the best-selling author of numerous study guides and books including Praying With Smith Wigglesworth. Larry Keefauver is the co-pastor of the Gathering Place, Lake Mary, Florida.
Publisher: Charisma House (April 2, 1998)
Paperback: 224 pages
Item Weight: 10.4 ounces
Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.61 x 8.5 inches