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Slide1Marriage is inviting someone who isn’t you to be in your personal space for the rest of your life.

The decision to marry will introduce you to your most significant and most challenging experiences.

According to most research, up to 50 percent of people who say “I do” will not be sleeping in the same bed eight years from now.

How To Beat The Odds

Marriage is an increasingly unnatural and confusing thing for many couples today. In light of this, Tyler Ward—author of “Marriage Rebranded”—recently asked 25 leaders for their single best marriage advice.

He put his findings into an eBook entitled, “Marriage Hacks.”

I’ve read through it and found it to be insightful and entertaining.

The “15 Second Kiss Experiment” is well worth your time alone.

If marriage is amazing and fruitful, it will help you sustain your marriage.

If marriage is hard for you at the moment, this read will simply comfort you to know you’re not alone.

If marriage is confusing, it will offer some insight on this unique union.

If marriage feels pointless, it will add purpose and depth.

Download your free copy of Tyler’s eBook, “Marriage Hacks” by going to Noisetrade.

“Marriage Hacks” is a compilation of the best marriage advice from 25 leaders including:

  • Gary Chapman, The 5 Love Languages
  • Gary Thomas, Sacred Marriage
  • Danny Silk, Keep Your Love On
  • Jeremy Cowart, Celebrity Photographer
  • Jonathan Jackson, Emmy-Award-Winning Actor
  • And many more…

The book speaks to some of the most common questions in marriage including…

  • how to keep things from never going stale
  • how to handle personality differences
  • show to cultivate emotional intimacy
  • how to spice things up in the bedroom
  • what to do when your spouse isn’t as intentional in your relationship as you are
  • and more…

For more practical info about marriage, check out the following:

13 Things To Stop Doing To Your Marriage – Bob Jones

Four Things I Told My Sons Before They Got Married – Bob Jones

7 Truths About Marriage You Won’t Learn in Church – Frank Powell

APPLICATION: Once you download and read the book, share one of your takeaways from the book. Do you have a Tweetable piece of marriage advice of your own?  Please leave a comment below.

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Bob Jones

Happily married to Jocelyn for 44 years. We have two adult sons, Cory and his wife Lynsey and their son Vincent and daughter Jayda; Jean Marc and his wife Angie and their three daughters, Quinn, Lena and Annora. I love inspiring people through communicating, blogging, and coaching. I enjoy writing, running, and reading. I'm a fan of the Double E, Bruins, Celtics, Red Sox and Pats. Follow me on Twitter @bobjones49ers


  • Frank Powell says:

    Bob, thank you for referencing my blog on marriage. You have been married much longer than me, so your wisdom on this issue far exceeds mine. It is humbling to think I could add anything to the conversation. Thanks for the resources in this article. This list could help any married couple, newlywed or 50 years and counting! I anticipate reading several of these. Blessings to you, your ministry, and your church!

  • bob jones says:

    Great to hear from you, Frank! Social media can provide a rich forum of helpful ideas and resources for marriages and faith. I’m glad I found yours! God bless.

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