Author: Wayne Mack
Married with Parents
Books on Christian marriage abound today. If you're like many people, you've read many of these books covering every facet of marriage imaginable. Except one: in-laws. Drawing on his years of counseling experience, Wayne Mack provides straightforward guidance for both parents and married children. While maintaining that children should always honor their parents, Mack surveys biblical evidence and concludes that married children owe first loyalty to their spouse. This concise booklet includes several appendixes that help couples assess the state of their in-law relationships.
Wayne Mack has done it again!... an intensely biblical and practical book, crisp and to the point, replete with experience and insight. Wayne has observed unhealthy in-law relationships over decades of ministry. Here is his wise counsel for setting those relationships right.
About the author:
Wayne Mack is Director of Strengthening Ministries International and currently residing and teaching in South Africa. Through Strengthening Ministries International, he seeks to strengthen churches and Christians by developing and distributing biblically based practical books, audio and video tapes on counseling, theological and Christian living subjects. Dr. Mack is a noted author, speaker, and instructor; ACBC Fellow; pastor; married with four children and 13 grandchildren; B.A., Wheaton College; M.Div., Philadelphia Seminary; D.Min., Westminster Theological Seminary.
He has written more than 20 books including Strengthening Your Marriage; Your Family God’s Way; Preparing for Marriage God’s Way; Sweethearts for A Lifetime; Homework Manual for Biblical Living, Volumes 1 and 2 and 3; and Maximum Impact: Living and Loving For God’s Glory.
". . . one of the most heated arguments in a marriage can be over in-laws. This booklet is a must read for anyone who wants biblical answers in handling the issue of in-laws in a Christlike way." ~John Street
"Wayne Mack's practical guidance for in-law issues and problems is biblical, wise, and concise." ~Joel Beeke