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The Seven Laws of Love by Dave Willis

Dave Willis is a pastor and the founder of the website “Stronger Marriages.” Dave and his wife, Ashley, partner together to create marriage-building resources and events as a part of their ministry. They have four sons and live near in Georgia.

In his new book “The Seven Laws of Love,” Willis take a very easy to read approach to his view on relationships. Now, know right off this isn’t a “marriage” book – it’s a “relationship” book and so relationships cover everything from parents, to children, to spouses to friends.

 

And with so many helpful resources out there that help us fix our houses and help us make a quick six minute meal, we probably need to spend that same amount of time trying to get better at building stronger and more loving relationships. Don’t you think?

 

….And what better example of love is there, than God?

 

God is humble, He is a serving God, a committed God and a truthful God. Shouldn’t those also be qualities that we emulate in our relationships with others?

 

As Willis goes through the Bible (yes, the Bible people) he will point out the seven essential truths (he calls them “laws of love”) that are vital for any healthy relationship to grow.

 

I think this a great book and a wonderful resource, written with real world examples in a often humorous style.  I think this book can help hurting relationships heal and also help healthy relationships grow – well recommended

 

Thank you to Thomas Nelson publishers for this advanced copy in exchange for a fair and honest review

 

* Have you ever read a book on building healthy relationships? Which book did you read? Did you like it? Tell us below

 

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