Worthy of Her Trust

Ebook $10.99

WaterBrook Press | Aug 19, 2014 | 224 Pages | ISBN 9781601425379

  • Paperback$14.99

    WaterBrook Press | Aug 19, 2014 | 224 Pages | 6 x 9 | ISBN 9781601425362

  • Ebook$10.99

    WaterBrook Press | Aug 19, 2014 | 224 Pages | ISBN 9781601425379

Praise

Praise for Worthy of Her Trust

“Can you rebuild marital trust after sexual sin? Yes, and Jason Martinkus and Stephen Arterburn will show you how. Jason and his wife, Shelley, take you on their deeply personal and spiritual journey from betrayal to trust. Read this book and apply the principles, and you, too, can regain trust in your marriage.“
—Dr. David Clarke, Christian psychologist, speaker, and author of I Don’t Want a Divorce

“This book opens the reader’s eyes to the difficult truth and reality of what it takes to rebuild trust in a relationship devastated by sexual betrayal. My marriage would not have survived without God’s grace and the wisdom and essential guidance found in Worthy of Her Trust. Any man committed to winning back his wife at all costs needs to read this book!”
—Curtis, Arizona

“No matter how tragic and seemingly irreparable your marriage may be, there is hope. My husband wanted to rebuild trust in a hopeless situation. He learned and continues to implement the amends matrix, and he has kept 242 days of the T-30 journal. We have not only experienced reconciliation, but we have been restored individually. For that I am eternally grateful! If you are both ready to let God redeem the past and help you build trust again, Worthy of Her Trust will show you how.”
—Susan, Colorado

“Finally, for one of the darkest periods of any relationship, Jason has delivered a no-nonsense, inspired approach for rebuilding shattered trust. By sharing his compassion and insight, he has opened the door for true transformation and growth. This is a must-read book if moving forward is your goal.”
—Dave, California

“Worthy of Her Trust is the go-to, step-by-step resource for professionals or anyone seeking guidance through the trust-building process. Martinkus presents a model of relationship intimacy—based on closeness and honesty—a connection that becomes both the context and motivation for the redemptive journey.”
—Bob Sklar, LMFT

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