Marriage doesn't have to be so complicated. There is a manual on how to do this thing called "happily ever after."
"In an age when marriage is often scoffed at as 'irrelevant', old fashioned and 'so 1979'!! I, for one, stand proudly as an advocate for it! Married for over 46 years to the same man (Phil Pringle), as each year passes, he's still my gorgeous, kind, creative boyfriend whom I fell in love with, (and married) so long ago! Except now we are middle aged companions in this great big life- parents to three adult children and “G-Parents” to four “G-Babies” (so far!!). Marriage is to be celebrated, enjoyed and honoured - and I will endorse any book which advocates this sacred commitment. Called to Love is such a book! Enjoy the read friends."
—Pastor Chris Pringle, C3 Church Oxford Falls, Sydney
"What could the words of a carpenter from 2,000 years ago mean to your marriage today? Everything. In Called to Love, Alisa DiLorenzo provides couples with powerful, practical advice straight from the Word of God. Do yourself and your spouse a favor and get this book."
—Dustin Riechmann, author of 15-Minute Marriage Makeover and founder of EngagedMarriage.com
"Having been married for 13 years with three beautiful children, and pastoring a church together, I wish we could tell you we always placed our marriage as a priority. Yet, during busy seasons and challenging times, we put other things before each other. Every relationship experiences ups and downs, but when you are down you need to do something about it! In order to get back to where you want to be as a married couple you need to invest into your relationship. In this incredible book by Alisa DiLorenzo she brings to life the words of Jesus in such a beautiful perspective for the marriage relationship. The truths presented can leave a lasting transformation. We highly recommend investing in your marriage by reading this powerful book. Blessings to you as you begin the journey to having the marriage you always dreamed of! And remember, no matter how good your relationship is, it can always get better!"
—Pastor Jon and Pastor Becky Heinrichs
C3 San Diego, CA