It's difficult to speak somebody else's "love language" unless you first become a loving person! Drawing fresh insight from biblical principles and real-life stories, Chapman examines the seven life-changing characteristics of authentic love: kindness, patience, forgiveness, humility, courtesy, generosity, and honesty. Includes self-tests; practical ideas; and a discussion guide for churches and ministry groups. Hardcover.
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Review 1 for Love As a Way of Life: Seven Keys to Transforming Every Aspect of Your Life
This is a practical book written for an audience beyond just Christians. For what it is, I think it accomplishes that goal well - Normally I'd prefer to see application that's clearly linked to scripture, and the links aren't completely clear, although that certainly doesn't mean the book is unscriptural (definitely the opposite!). A really good follow-up and next level for those who liked Five Love Languages.
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Review 2 for Love As a Way of Life: Seven Keys to Transforming Every Aspect of Your Life
This book is organized so that the reader can use it as a guide with a group study or while working on his/her own self-improvement. Written in a straight-forward, interesting manner, it's a worthwhile read.