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Home Improvement Ministries So You Want to Marry My Daughter?

If you're a dad and want to know what kind of man you should be praying for for your daughter-whether she's two or twenty-two - consider the questions presented here. They draw a picture of a man who knows and loves God and who seeks to honor Him by serving his prospective wife and loving her "as Christ loved the church." With wit and humor, Dr. Friesen shows the reader not only how to identify such a suitor, but how to be such a man. Paperback.
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Date:April 19, 2011
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I could not put it down. A very easy read and it is full of very insightful information that we all should know but forget about. A very good book to get everyone "on the same page" and thinking what is best for their future marriage. I highly recommend.
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This is the book I wished we'd gotten years ago.

Date:November 17, 2010
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This book is written in a reader-friendly way-simple and appealing to those (Dads ?) who are hesitant to plunge into a book. It even has a not-too-late/FAQ Dad's questions section. It can be used even to guide our sons to be prepared to be the guy that will be interviewed someday.
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