Wednesday, December 25, 2019

Crown Celebration Tour!


About the Book


Book:  Crown
Author: Nancy Kaser
Genre: Christian Non-Fiction, Biblical Marriage
Release Date: August 20, 2019

Whether you’re in the honeymoon stage or celebrating your fiftieth anniversary, you have never before been in this season of your marriage. Your family dynamics, finances, health, emotional state, location, ministry, employment status—all the factors of your life—are in a perpetual state of transition. As a married woman, you are continually wife-changing. The Scriptures never change, but they can always be freshly applied to every season of marriage.

Crown is a resource that combines solid Bible teaching, humorous and humbling tales from the author’s own marriage journey, and dozens of compelling stories from real women just like you. Based on Proverbs 12:4, “An excellent wife is the crown of her husband,” Crown includes concrete Scriptural truths and real-life examples that will equip you to be the excellent wife God created you to be. Complex issues such as biblical roles within marriage, physical intimacy, communication, forgiveness, and home management are all addressed with candid honesty, encouragement, and biblical substance. In thirty wife-changing lessons, you will be instructed, challenged, and motivated to walk in obedience to God’s beautiful design for marriage.

My Thoughts:  This is a wonderful study for women that is designed as a six-week Bible study that can be completed alone or in a group setting. It is structured so that you can read one day’s worth of material, five days a week, for six weeks.  It contains Bible teaching,  both humorous and humbling tales of the author's marriage path, and dozens of personal stories from real wives that Nancy Kaser has counseled over the years.   This is a wonderful study for women of all ages, newlyweds or for those married for years; all women will benefit from this study.  The author says "The Word Is Truth

     We cannot know everything God says about marriage if we study only the handful of Scriptures that directly address marriage. Instead, we must study the entire Bible".  I agree fully with the author on this, and Nancy Kaser takes the reader through what the reader may consider basics to make sure that we know what the gospel is and we study the scriptures thoroughly.   Nancy shows the reader how to yield to God, to be a good helper to her husband, covers some difficult topics like divorce and submission.    This is a wonderful study, and I highly recommend it to all.   I know that I will certainly use this in my ministry to women. 

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Click here to get your copy. 

About the Author


Nancy Kaser is a passionate pastor’s wife and veteran missionary. For over twenty-five years, she has taught women’s Bible studies, provided biblical counseling, and been a dynamic women’s conference speaker. Based in Southern California, Nancy teaches literature and history classes at The Writtenburg Door. She and her visionary husband also lead short-term mission trips with the Calvary Chapel movement and run a child-sponsorship organization.  

More from Nancy

Not sure if you want it in an email attachment or a Word document so I am sending both. The attachment is below.
Closing the church door after my seventh counseling appointment that week, I was overcome with the realization that every appointment had been relatively indistinguishable. The women I counseled from our congregation were generally unsatisfied, disappointed, and disillusioned with their marriages, and some were downright rebellious in their role as wives. The same anxieties, the same troubles, (and the same sins creating the anxieties and troubles) came up in almost every meeting. Though these church ladies may have been well-versed in the scriptures, no one had taught them how to live out biblical principals in their everyday lives.
As a pastor’s wife, I wished I could meet with every married lady in my church and offer practical discipleship with this hope: that a glorious, fulfilling, and God-honoring marriage—to the same guy she is married to right now! —is absolutely possible through obedience to God’s word.  
Crown – 30 Wife-Changing Lessons is a resource that combines solid Bible teaching, humorous and humbling tales from my own marriage journey, and dozens of compelling stories from real women just like you. Based on Proverbs 12:4, “An excellent wife is the crown of her husband,” Crown includes concrete, scriptural truths and real-life examples that will equip you to be the excellent wife God created you to be. Complex issues such as biblical roles within marriage, physical intimacy, communication, forgiveness, and home management are all addressed with candid honesty, encouragement and biblical substance.
Whether you’re in the honeymoon stage or celebrating your fiftieth anniversary, you have never before been in this season of your marriage. Your family dynamics, finances, health, emotional state, location, ministry, employment status— all the factors of your life—are in a perpetual state of transition. As a married woman, you are continually wife-changing. The scriptures never change, but they can always be freshly applied to every season of marriage. In thirty wife-changing lessons, you will be instructed, challenged, and motivated to walk in obedience to God’s beautiful design for marriage.

Blog Stops

Mary Hake, December 13
Inklings and notions, December 14
Artistic Nobody, December 15
All-Of-kind Mom, December 16
Just the Write Escape, December 17
Texas Book-aholic, December 19
janicesbookreviews, December 20
Simple Harvest Reads, December 21
For Him and My Family, December 21
A Reader’s Brain, December 22
As He Leads is Joy, December 23
Lots of Helpers, December 24
Quiet Workings, December 25
Godly Book Reviews, December 26

Giveaway


To celebrate her tour, Nancy is giving away the grand prize package of 2 copies of Crown and a $50 Amazon gift card!!
Be sure to comment on the blog stops for nine extra entries into the giveaway!

I received this book free from the publisher. I was not required to write a positive review and the opinions I have expressed are my own. I am  disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255 : “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

5 comments:

  1. This book sounds like a really great read.

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  2. Thank you for the great review! Sounds like a valuable resource.

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  3. Thank you for taking the time to share your terrific book with us. I enjoyed reading about it.

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