Monday, July 11, 2016

Don't Go To Bed Angry! Stay Up + Fight by Deb & Ron DeArmond + Giveaway


Title:  Don't Go to Bed Angry: Stay Up and Fight!
Authors: Deb & Ron DeArmond
Publisher: Abingdon Press
Release Date:  June 21, 2016
Genre: Inspirational Christian Living / Marriage





A practical handbook on how to fight better---together---for your marriage.


In every marriage, there is conflict. And with every conflict, there is a choice for resolution. Will you ignore the issue until it seemingly goes away? Or will you work together to find peace?

In Don't Go to Bed Angry, Deb and Ron DeArmond give you permission to fight. Conflict isn't the problem, after all; the real issue is how we deal with the conflict. Deb and Ron demonstrate how communication through conflict can safeguard---and even strengthen---your relationship. Immensely practical features including worksheets and discussion questions make this a definitive go-to resource to help you start fighting---together---for your marriage.




"Don't go to bed angry." That is one of the first "rules" I told my husband when we got married. Clearly, it has merit! LOL. So, the moment I saw the title of this book, I have to read it.  For me, it was just one simple rule - five words, but after years, we've realized at times, it's how we go about achieving that, that has quite the learning curve.  In Don't Go to Bed Angry by Deb and Ron DeArmond, we are presented with tools to handle conflict as a couple, and not just any couple - a couple committed in a covenant with each other and God. I find the basic understanding and premise of this book in correlation to my beliefs in always working for the marriage, with God as our center, our mentor.  It does take effort, personal effort and communication.


"When we stand, fighting together as one flesh, against the enemy, we break through these barriers and reflect the life Christ died to secure for us.  Our marriages glorify Him as we reflect the character of the King in this life. " (102)

Don't Go to Bed Angry includes information on the subject, discussion, practical tools and insights from personal testimonies of others. The "Put on the Glove" section at the back of each category is very similar to the questions in pre-marriage counseling , allowing both you and your other half to have discussion questions and prayer time together.  In all, it is what it said it is, "A practical handbook on how to fight better - together - for your marriage."  (back cover)



NOTE:  I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher, through Litfuse Publicity Tours for an honest review.  All opinions expressed are my own. For my review policy, please see my Disclosure page.

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Deb DeArmond is an author, speaker, and coach with a focus on communication, relationships, and conflict resolution. Her writing explores marriage, parenting, in-law and extended family relationships. She is the author of Related By Chance, Family By Choice and I Choose You Today: 31 Choices to Make Love Last. Deb is the founder of Living-Write, where she coaches aspiring authors. She's monthly columnist and feature writer for Lifeway's Mature Living Magazine, and has published more than 120 articles online and in print publications.

Ron DeArmond has a hungry heart for the Word, and has studied the Bible for 45+ years. Ron's call to serve men is evident in his previous ministry positions with Christian Men's Network under Dr. Edwin Lewis Cole and Faithful Men Ministry. Ron is currently the Associate Pastor of men's ministry at Catch the Fire/ DFW and has ministered around the world. The DeArmonds live in the Dallas/Fort Worth area.


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Enter to win a copy of Don’t Go to Bed Angry—five winners will be chosen! Click the image below to enter to win. The winners will be announced July 19th on the Litfuse blog!




                                                                                                                                                                      







2 comments :

  1. Annie, this book sounds like a great resource.

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  2. Hi Caryl. I think so too. Something to read and review periodically with one's spouse. One doesn't need to follow everything to the T, but good to use as a reference point.

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