Week after week, you sit in church…alone. You are one of many women across the country who are spiritually mismatched; committed to a spouse who does not share your faith.
You may feel abandoned by your spouse or forgotten by your church. You may feel like you have to live out your faith in survival mode, guarding the spiritual flame yet never feeling free to share it.
But don’t lose hope! God wants you to thrive—not just survive. Winning Him Without Words presents 10 Christ-centered keys to thriving in your spiritually unequal relationship. In the pages of this book, you’ll learn from real life stories how to:
- commit to Christian community
- release your spouse to God’s capable hands
- find peace in your relationships with Christ and with your spouse
- continue your pursuit of a growing faith
- and to love your spouse with fresh enthusiasm
God wants every marriage to exude peace and love, and Winning Him Without Words will help you to create that environment in your homes and thrive as God works.
Each of the 10 chapters provides a key principle to thriving in your spiritually mismatched marriage. Near the end of each chapter, we have included discovery questions designed to help move you closer to Christ and discover practical steps to grow in your marriage. We know it won’t be easy to look deeply into places that have lived in darkness…maybe for years, but the promise of freedom awaits. At the end of each chapter is a prayer of commitment to “seal the deal.” Make these prayers your own and then watch what God does. You will not be disappointed. God is anxiously waiting to unleash His wild hope in you and your marriage.
At the back of the book are additional resources for you to use on your journey: a discussion about children in a mismatched marriage, specific Scriptures shared by our readers that can bring comfort and hope as you pray them for your spouse and for yourself, and ideas for creating a family faith record so that one day you can share what your spouse missed before he came to faith. We have also included a study guide that can be used in a small-group setting.