East Auburn Baptist Church has community groups
for married couples.
The focus of these gatherings will be to support marriages
through the study of God's Word, encourage one another
as married couples, and to share life together.
Married Date Nights occur regularly,
where all small groups and EABC married couples are welcome
to meet for an evening of fun and entertainment.
To sign up for the 5k please complete the form below:
You can borrow books on marriage from the East Auburn Baptist Church library
by completing the form below.
Books borrowed are for a 2 week period
God's Peace in Your Home
By: Dr. Chuck Lynch
"How is peace possible? You don't know my family." But God does and He knows what works and what does not work. The number one displayed emotion that robs a family of peace is anger. God's Peace in Your Home identifies ten of the most common sources of anger and how to correct them.
Fight Your Wy to a Better Marraige
By Dr. Gary Smalley
In this counterintuitive book, author Dr. Greg Smalley maintains that fighting is actually good for a marriage. When couples fight, they have the opportunity to get to the real issue lurking below the surface about money, sex, in-laws, kids, etc. And that real issue, Dr. Smalley says, is fear—fear of rejection, inadequacy, or powerlessness, to name a few. What assuages these fears are things like intimacy, respect, validation, love, and connection. Learning to take advantage of the opportunity that conflict provides is what this book is all about.
Recommended by Pastor Tim Howard
I Should Forgive, But...
By Dr. Chuck Lynch
If forgiveness is essential to personal peace, then why is it so hard to give?
Whether you seek to be forgiven or to give forgiveness, pastor and counselor Chuck Lynch presents a thorough understanding of forgiveness and how it can be accomplished.
The Meaning of Marriage
By: Tim Kelleher
Based on the acclaimed sermon series by New York Times bestselling author Timothy Keller, this book shows everyone—Christians, skeptics, singles, longtime married couples, and those about to be engaged—the vision of what marriage should be according to the Bible.
Modern culture would have you believe that everyone has a soul mate; that romance is the most important part of a successful marriage; that your spouse is there to help you realize your potential; that marriage does not mean forever, but merely for now; and that starting over after a divorce is the best solution to seemingly intractable marriage issues. But these modern-day assumptions are wrong. Timothy Keller, with insights from Kathy, his wife of thirty-seven years, shows marriage to be a glorious relationship that is also misunderstood and mysterious. The Meaning of Marriage offers instruction on how to have a successful marriage, and is essential reading for anyone who wants to know God and love more deeply in this life.
Recommended by Marc Casavant
You Can Work It Out 2nd Edition:
The Power of Personal Responsibility in Restoring Relationships
By: Dr. Chuck Lynch
Do you have conflict in your life? Whether it is the relationship with your spouse, children, parents, in-laws, friends or co-workers, conflict is bound to be part of it. Living in the snarled mess caused by conflict can leave you feeling hopeless, helpless and powerless. How do you regain personal power in your life? In his book Lynch reveals keys to resolving conflict in your life. You'll read true stories of men and women who have successfully used these tools to: * Reduce conflict and stress * Increase personal peace * Resolve relational problems * Apply both love and limits to the difficult people in your life * Live in freedom and peace even when mutual restoration isn't possible
The Heart of Remarriage
By: Gary & Greg Smalley
This book takes a unique approach to success in remarriage by going straight to the heart, helping couples heal from the inside out rather than offering surface suggestions.
Learn how to create emotional security for every family member. Offers practical ideas for connecting at the heart level with your spouse, children and stepchildren.
256 pages. Recommended by Tim Howard