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Love is a Verb

Author Gary Chapman
Narrator Pam Ward, Grover Gardner, & Lloyd James
Runtime 7 Hrs. - Unabridged
Publisher christianaudio Seed
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Release Date February 19, 2009
Availability: Unrestricted (available worldwide)

Dr. Gary Chapman has spent his life helping people communicate love more effectively and in turn build more satisfying and lasting relationships. His book "The Five Love Languages" is a regular on the "New York Times Best Sellers" list - even after being in print for fifteen years - and has made the term 'love language' a part of everyday speech.

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Dr. Gary Chapman has spent his life helping people communicate love more effectively and in turn build more satisfying and lasting relationships. His book "The Five Love Languages" is a regular on the "New York Times Best Sellers" list - even after being in print for fifteen years - and has made the term 'love language' a part of everyday speech. "Love Is a Verb" takes his teaching to the next level. Rather than a typical marriage self-help book filled with lengthy explanations of principles and techniques, it is a compilation of true stories displaying love in action. These stories - written by everyday people - go straight to the hearts of readers, who often say that illustrations are the most effective parts of a book. Gary Chapman adds a 'Love Lesson' to each story, showing readers how they can apply the same principles to their own relationships.

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excellent and enjoyable!
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Review by / (Posted on 3/3/2013)
RECOMMENDED
I had the privilege of listening to this book as part of Christianaudio.com's reviewer program.

This is a great book. Even though it does not centre on the Gospel (you will have to get the reason "why" from some other books), it does provide some practical applications on how "love" works in our everyday lives.

Leaning heavily on Chapman's famous book "The Five Love Languages" this books shows the practical outworking’s of these love languages, through the number of personal stories and examples lived by real people.

A word or warning - make sure you have a box of tissues handy. There are some very emotional stories that tug at the heart strings. If you are prone to "get something in your eye" when reading these sorts of things, then I would recommend not listening to it in the body-building gym like I did.

I would think this book would have it's best effect with newly married couples, and those that have been married for a while and who have hit a rough patch.
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Review by / (Posted on 7/25/2011)
Personal stories of love
Using a range of stories to illustrate love in different ways, and how different people came to love deeper and better this book has a very personal feel to it as you delve into lives and situations of others. Each story is summed up by the principles revealed, and how it could apply to you.
Not every story will have the same relevance to everyone, but listening to the whole book will bound to enlighten most people into new ways of loving others, especially when it's the hardest thing to do.
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Review by / (Posted on 1/16/2011)
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