In this booklet a biblical conselor and pastor team up to offer five pertinent questions that will help couples decide whether to commit themselves to each other for life. As couples think through and discuss such topics as basic convictions, assumptions, expectations and priorities, they will get to know themselves and each other better. Unless otherwise indicated all scripture quotations are taken from the NIV.
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Review 1 for Pre-Engagement: 5 questions to Ask Yourselves
Date:December 28, 2010
This is a good book to make you stop and think before getting engaged. All information in here should be common sense, but unfortunately for many isn't. Recommended for younger believers thinking about marriage.
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Review 2 for Pre-Engagement: 5 questions to Ask Yourselves
Date:October 17, 2008
This is a very good booklet to begin the premarital counseling. Five good questions with very good and biblical answers.
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Review 3 for Pre-Engagement: 5 questions to Ask Yourselves
Date:September 21, 2007
This is a little tiny book, but it asks several big penetrating questions. It was a very nice quick read, and is good to add as a supplement to other more detailed books about relationships and communication. It is a book that you may want to look at in the mid stages of a relationship, when you would be considering where to go with things. For us guys, it get the perspectives into a very simple package, so you don't have to read a 400 page reference manual. It is well written, and if taken seriously, does reveal areas in a relationship that should be discussed, but not necessarily in the first three days of dating. Don't expect detail; look for other resources to compliment this one, and especially your bible.