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WARNING: This book will change your marriage!
Yes, it’s true. The most intimate act between a man and a woman is prayer. And praying daily with the one person you love more than any other takes you to a level of joy and satisfaction that you simply will not believe until you try it. Author of the bestseller When God Winks at You, SQuire Rushnell, and his wife, entertainer and talk-show host Louise DuArt, know firsthand what praying together as a couple can do. They were amazed at the happiness and harmony this simple act brought to their relationship. With the confirmation of groundbreaking, never previously published research from Baylor University, SQuire and Louise developed The 40 Day Prayer Challenge and, step-by-step, have guided other couples through this process. Those who bare themselves before God in prayer for a minimum of five minutes a day for forty days have achieved extraordinary results: Spousal communication elevates.  Respect rises. Agreement becomes the norm.  Happiness is a way of life. Satisfaction in lovemaking soars. Inside this book you also learn how to compare your test scores to the national average. Couples Who Pray has everything you and your partner need to begin a more intimate, rewarding relationship, including simple tips that can make your marriage the best it has ever been!
Couples Who Pray™ and The 40 Day Prayer Challenge™ are trademarks of SQuire Rushnell.
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ISBN: 9781418536732
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