"The Marriage Miracle" is a user-friendly, Scripture-based, story-driven book that will encourage all couples with the good news that there is no difficulty or disappointment in marriage that two softened hearts cannot overcome. Bob and Cheryl Moeller, who developed this book out of years of experience working with married couples, show convincingly that if a husband and wife soften their hearts toward each other, it becomes a matter of when, not if, they resolve their relationship struggles. The Moellers provide readers solid answers to three critical questions. In the process, they help couples uncover the condition of their heart toward their spouse and find the road home again to acceptance and intimacy: Why do the hearts of husbands and wives grow hard? How can husbands and wives soften their hardened hearts? How can husbands and wives keep their hearts soft toward each other? "The Marriage Miracle" walks couples through the liberating experience of softening their hearts toward one another, setting them free to embrace all that God intended their relationship to be.
Bob Moeller is the weekly host of a nationally broadcast television call-in show, "Marriage - For Better, For Worse" on the Total Living Network (www.tln.com). He also conducts weekend marriage seminars around the nation. He is author of three books on marriage and has written articles for such publications as Focus on the Family, Marriage Partnership, and Christianity Today. Bob holds a DMin degree from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. He and his wife, Cheryl, have been married 30 years and are the parents of six children. Cheryl Moeller is a seasoned mother and a standup comic. She is also a syndicated columnist with her own blog (www.momlaughs.blogspot.com) and contributes monthly to several online parent websites. Cheryl has coauthored two books on marriage with her husband and has written for www.mops.org and Marriage Partnership. Cheryl does comedy for parenting classes, MOPS groups, wedding or baby showers, church retreats, women's conferences, and those in line at the grocery store.