“Deepening Your Marriage” By Jilene Scherbenske

“Deepening Your Marriage” By Jilene Scherbenske

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Author reinforces Christ’s qualities to strengthen marriages

Jilene Scherbenske announces release of ‘Deepening Your Marriage’

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – One time, author Jilene Scherbenske led a Bible study for newly saved women and discovered that each lady was in a troubled marriage. As a means of helping people with their marriages, Scherbenske pens “Deepening Your Marriage: Applying Marriage to the Truths of I Corinthians 13” (published by WestBow Press), a helpful guide in making marriages successful and fulfilling.

“I believe every marriage needs work. Troubled marriages for sure need work, but so do great marriages if they are to remain fresh and lovely. This book helps ladies take and apply the qualities of Christ-likeness to their marriage,” the author says.

Scherbenske wants marriages to improve, no matter how good or bad the relationships are right now. She wants to draw the reader closer to God, into a more intimate relationship with him as they obey the truths of the book.

A particular passage from the book:

Whether it be in your marriage or in another area, these verses are so key. You must cast down your wrong thoughts, thoughts that come only from your selfishness or from satan himself. Casting down comes from a Greek word which has the idea of violently demolishing. That’s what you are to do with your wrong thoughts! You are to demolish your imaginations and any thought that exalts itself above God’s knowledge. Any time you hold onto your own selfish thinking or any other wrong thinking, you have then lifted your thoughts above God’s. You think you are right; therefore God must be wrong.  How foolish!

“Deepening Your Marriage”

By Jilene Scherbenske

Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 168 pages | ISBN 9781512788396

Softcover | 6 x 9in | 168 pages | ISBN 9781512788389

E-Book | 168 pages | ISBN 9781512788372

Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author

Jilene Scherbenske grew up on a farm in rural North Dakota. In 1972, she graduated from the University of North Dakota with a bachelor’s degree in nursing. In her junior year of college, she met her wonderful husband; they were married in 1971 and settled in Kansas City in 1974. After nursing for several years, she turned to her second love and began teaching music. They have been members of Eagle Heights Baptist Church since the early ‘80s. They have three daughters and 13 grandchildren.

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