Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Playing Hurt by Brian Goins

Genre- Love & Marriage / Menimage

Playing Hurt: A Guy’s Strategy for a Winning Marriage by Brian Goins

Published by- Kregel Publications

Copyrighted- 2011

Number of pages- 152

Age Group- Adult

Description of book- paperback, list price $11.99, ISBN 978-0-8254-2673-5

Do you like reading books with a sports theme?  Do you want to know the best game plan for a successful marriage?  Then this is the book to read.

Brian Goins has combined scripture, his own experiences and that of others to give any man a playbook for a successful marriage.

Keeping in mind that a marriage is too important to end, this book will teach you how to play through the pain, like many pros do to finish the game and win.

Click here for Excerpt

About the Author- Brian Goins lives with his wife and three children in North Carolina where he is a lead pastor for Renaissance Bible Church.  He also speaks at Family Life’s Weekend to Remember conferences with his wife.

 My thoughts-

This was an awesome book.  Brian Goins was very wise to relate his book to sports.  Many men relate well to sports and to explain marriage in that context, was pure genius.

The questions at the end of each chapter help the reader become more involved with the information in each chapter.  “Paul’s Playbook for Playing Hurt,” which is also at the end of each chapter lists key tactics for a man to have a winning marriage.  One play is, “Every man needs the guts to love like Christ.”  A husband can take these plays and use them every day of his marriage.

I would highly recommend this book to all men who are thinking of getting married or are married.  I am planning on purchasing this for the single men I know.

Disclosure of Material Connection- I received Playing Hurt: A Guy’s Strategy for a Winning Marriage by Brian Goins for free from the Kregel Publications’ Blog Tour. All links were current when posted.  I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255.

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