Author: Daniel Stegeman
About the book
A mini-book based on Ephesians 5 to help husbands develop Christlikeness in their marriages.
Marriage is tough! Many challenges in our world today make it difficult to be a godly, loving husband. But having a healthy, mutually satisfying, and happy marriage that honors God is possible! Working through the apostle Paul’s teaching to husbands in Ephesians 5, this mini-book offers biblical and practical ways husbands can grow in showing love that is sacrificial, sanctifying, strengthening and steadfast, to the happiness of their wives and the glory of God.
- Men seeking to develop Christlikeness in their marriages
- Accountability friends and mentors
- Pastors and church ministry teams
- Small-group leaders
- Sacrificial Love
- Sanctifying Love
- Strengthening Love
- Steadfast Love
- Personal Application Projects
- Where Can I Get More Help?
About the author
Daniel Stegeman, DMin, is pastor of Pine Glen Alliance Church in Lewistown, Pennsylvania. Daniel and his wife Stephane are the proud parents of four children. Daniel blogs at www.pastoral-theology.com.
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Great Read for Busy Husbands
I highly recommend Help! I Want to be a Loving Husband. I purchased additional copies to give to my adult sons. It is written for the man who doesn't have a lot of time available to read (only 59 pages), but it covers the topics a man needs to hear to better love the woman God gifted to him. Based on Ephesians 5 the book describes the four types of love a wife needs to receive from her husband. It's a book that ought to be reread annually.
A Book That Puts Relationships in Perspective
Relationships can be challenging and this mini-book strengthens and supports what's most important. I've passed out 25 of them to family, friends and new acquaintances. Great little book!
Filled with practical suggestions and reminders
If you didn’t think you need a primer on loving your wife, think again. Daniel Stegeman’s “Help! I want to be a Loving Husband” tells it like it is and points us towards what our wives really need - it’s not a kitchen renovation (but if your kitchen is really really ugly that will help). It is your care, attention, and a gentle hand. Filled with practical suggestions and reminders, this book will help us put screens down and enjoy the women who is, “God’s gift to you.” Stegeman reminds us how to not “shoot ourselves in the foot” but to love her the way we have been loved by God, and to start doing it right now.
- James E. (Educator in Edson, Alberta, Canada)
Be the Husband God has Called You to Be
I gave one of these books to each of my 3 sons-in-law and my husband received one as well. They are all good husbands but we can all be better at loving our spouses. This book reminds us of what it takes to be just as loving and caring to our spouses as we are to ourselves. It is a practical guide to being the spouse God has called us to be. It doesn't take long to read and can help you improve your relationship with your wife.