Letters to a Romantic: On Engagement
If you're engaged, you already know a thing or two about navigating a relationship--but you're probably finding that this in-between period raises new questions. Turning to God's Word for answers, Sean and Spencer have written you short letters full of biblical, practical wisdom. Direct and to the point, they cover topics ranging from the details of wedding planning to the big picture of your future lifelong relationship. Find clarity amid engagement and come to your marriage prepared!
"Where can a couple get wise counsel for this season of engagementone that ricochets, almost daily, between sparkling anticipation and disorienting discussion? . . . Pull up a chair and spend a few hours with Sean and Spencer. You will come away packed with fresh faith, enriched by practical insights, and uniquely prepared for the magnificent journey toward marriage!" --Dave Harvey, Executive Director, Sojourn Network; Author, When Sinners Say "I Do": Discovering the Power of the Gospel for Marriage
"In a culture that is consistently and continually failing miserably at marriage, we desperately need someone to show us a better way. . . . (This book) is down to earth, practical, helpful, and rooted in God's Word. We highly recommend it!" --Kristen Clark and Bethany Baird, Founders, Girl Defined Ministries; Coauthors, Girl Defined: God s Radical Design for Beauty, Femininity, and Identity
"Guide others and . . . strengthen your own faith by reading these books." --Russell Moore
"A treasure trove of biblically based practical information." --Wayne Mack
"Make a date with these books before booking a date." --Robert J. Morgan
"Perron and Harmon have done an exceptional job." --Martha Peace
Sean Perron (MDiv, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary) is the chief of staff at the Association of Certified Biblical Counselors (ACBC). He is married to Jennifer Perron and lives in Jacksonville, Florida. He writes with his fellow author, Spencer Harmon, on their website, unspokenblog.org.
Spencer Harmon is pastor of Vine Street Baptist Church in Louisville, KY. He is married to Taylor Harmon and has two daughters, Melody and Harper. He writes with his fellow author, Sean Perron, on their website, unspokenblog.org.