Reader's Choice; Survey

Readers' Choice Book Awards

Here's your chance to vote for your favorite marriage books.
In our Spring issue, we will announce the top ten marriage books in the eyes of Marriage Partnership readers.

Cast your vote by checking the boxes preceding the ten (or fewer) books—other than the Bible—that have helped your marriage the most.

Mail or fax the completed ballot to us, no later than October 1, at:

Best Books
Marriage Partnership
465 Gundersen Drive
Carol Stream, IL 60188
FAX: 630/260-0114

The Act of Marriage
by Tim and Beverly LaHaye

Answers to Your Family's Financial Questions
by Larry Burkett

The Battle of the Sexes
by James D. Mallory

Becoming Soul Mates
by Les Parrott III and Leslie Parrott

Caring & Commitment
by Lewis B. Smedes

The Christ-Centered Marriage
by Neil T. Anderson and Charles Mylander

Communication: Key to Your Marriage
by H. Norman Wright

Courtship after Marriage
by Zig Ziglar

Experiencing God Together
by David Stoop

The Five Love Languages
by Gary Chapman

Forgive & Forget
by Lewis B. Smedes

The Gift of Sex
by Clifford and Joyce Penner

Great Sexpectations
by Robert and Rosemary Barnes

Heirs Together
by Patricia Gundry

Hidden Keys of a Loving, Lasting Marriage
by Gary Smalley

His Needs, Her Needs
by Willard F. Harley, Jr.

How to Bring Out the Best in Your Spouse
by H. Norman Wright and Gary J. Oliver

I Love You—Talk to Me!
by Donald R. Harvey

I Married You
by Walter Trobisch

Intended for Pleasure
by Ed and Gaye Wheat

Letters to Karen: On Keeping Love in Marriage
by Charlie W. Shedd

Letters to Philip: On How to Treat a Woman
by Charlie W. Shedd

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Marriage; Reading; Relationships
Today's Christian Woman, Fall, 1997
Posted September 12, 2008

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