Married men and women who long for a growing, lasting relationship will find a welcome resource in this 365-day devotional from this wise and winsome couple with a nationwide ministry of teaching and encouragement. Each of these reflections contains practical, biblically grounded advice that will encourage you to deepen your relationship with God and draw closer to each other. You will learn how to avoid pitfalls that can damage your marriage and how to cultivate habits that will strengthen both your marriage and your soul. Tony and Lois Evans urge and invite couples to reorder their priorities, to seek the Lord together, and to live a life of integrity.
A Season for Everything
Marriage is full of changing seasons—some bright with promise, others more challenging. Strong marriages require daily maintenance—and a strong, mutual commitment to the God who enables us to love and persevere.
Our Love Is Here to Stay is a daily devotional designed to help you pray and consider God’s Word together. Each of these reflections offers practical, biblically grounded advice that will encourage you to deepen your relationship with God and draw closer to each other.
Story Behind the Book
Tony and Lois Evans live as examples to their congregation at Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship. As with every other Christian couple, the Evanses find a good marriage to be a continual challenge, requiring a strong commitment to God and to each other. In an effort to teach principles that would create life change among those in their care, they developed some life focus points that deepened their own lives as well.
From the Hardcover edition.
About Tony Evans
Tony Evans is senior pastor of Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship in Dallas, Texas, and president of The Urban Alternative. He is the author of more than twenty books, including God Is Up to Something Great and The Fire That Ignites…. More about Tony Evans
About Lois Evans
Lois Evans is the author and coauthor of several books. She is the founder of The Pastors’ Wives Ministry, and she serves on the board for the National Religious Broadcasters. Currently senior vice president of The Urban Alternative, Lois also… More about Lois Evans