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Book Review: “Married for Real: Building a Loving, Powerful Life Together”
by: ellis j. still
“What I had to do for myself, was to figure out my faults, and where they came from. I had to try to improve on those qualities or at the very least try to keep them from affecting our relationship.”
– Tamara George
Although my NFL football team is on the east coast (Philadelphia Eagles), I remember when Eddie George played for the Tennessee Titans. While his time in the NFL was extremely successful, his next career is just as successful. Eddie is currently the Founder and CEO of George Enterprises, a Landscape Architecture firm (my major in college & first career choice) that plans and designs new neighborhoods and communities.
Tamara (better known as Taj) is a former member of the singing group Sisters With Voices (SWV). With SWV, Taj has chart toppers such as ‘Weak’ and ‘Right Here’ to her credit. The group separated in 1998 to pursue individual efforts. Since then, Taj has earned her Bachelor’s of Business Administration, played a significant role on the CBS reality television series ‘Survivor’, and is an accomplished author of two books, including this one.
These things are what I know about Eddie and Tamara from a distant onlooker/admirer point of view. Married for Real takes a closer look at life behind the limelight… the challenges that they faced that you could never possibly see from watching them perform on stage or scoring touchdowns. You see their successes in public, but what you do not see is their struggles and triumphs in private. You do not see how Christ saved their lives and their marriage.
“Married for Real: Building a Loving, Powerful Life Together” is a funny & lighthearted, yet transparent look at marriage. It deals with what happens when we allow baggage of the past to go unaddressed, and speaks to how Eddie and Taj overcame tribulation. The book “grows out of the realities of life” – keeping it real… not always happy go lucky stories, but real life challenges that marriages face.
The book will quickly make you realize that a great relationship does not have to be (and will never be) perfect, and brings awareness to the fact that that men and women have totally different perceptions & thought processes on any given topic. It is written together as a couple, but also includes viewpoints from both Eddie and Tamara as individuals.
Married for Real is an easy read, with funny and descriptive storytelling. It is a must have for your library as a single person or as a couple.
Question: How are you building a loving, powerful life with your spouse (or future spouse) together?
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The Observance of Holy Week: He’s Alive!!!
By: ellis j. still
This week, we as Christians from all over the world observe and celebrate Holy Week. Therefore, I am taking a much needed break from blogging, twitter, and all other social networking outlets so that I can re-focus and reflect on this important occasion, replenish my spiritual batteries and to spend time with my family. My goal is to be back the following week, and until that time, may you experience the peace and true love of God that surpasses all understanding during this Holy season.
Question: What life changes are you making in order to reflect on Holy Week?
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