Renovando la Intimidad Matrimonial (Renewing Marital Intimacy)

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Autor: David Powlison


Cerrar la Brecha entre Cónyuges

Empezaron a contarse todo. El tiempo voló cuando estaban juntos. Todo parecía tan fácil entonces. Pero ahora parece que no hay nada que decir. La intimidad y la confianza que una vez disfrutaron se han ido—sustituidas por peleas, largos silencios, y conversaciones apresuradas sobre su horario. Pero no es demasiado tarde para renovar la intimidad en su matrimonio. David Powlison mira de cerca aquellas cosas que destruyen la intimidad en el matrimonio y muestra cómo la renovación de un matrimonio comienza con una relación renovada con Dios. Luego ofrece pasos prácticos para lograr la cercanía en el matrimonio, incluyendo tres preguntas que se deben hacer cada día.


Closing the Gap Between You and Your Spouse

You started out telling each other everything. Time flew by when you were together. It all seemed so easy then. But now it seems like there's nothing to say. The intimacy and trust you once enjoyed are gone--replaced by bickering, long silences, and hurried conversations about your schedule. But it isn't too late to renew intimacy in your marriage.

David Powlison takes a close look at those things that destroy intimacy in marriage and shows how renewing your marriage begins with a renewed relationship with God. Then he offers practical steps to achieving closeness in your marriage, including three questions to ask each other every day.

About the author:

David Powlison, M.Div., Ph.D. In addition to serving as CCEF's Executive Director, the late David Powlison was a faculty member at CCEF as well as the Senior Editor of the Journal of Biblical Counseling. He held a Ph.D. from the University of Pennsylvania, as well as an M.Div. degree from Westminster Theological Seminary. David counseled for over thirty years.

He wrote numerous articles on biblical counseling and on the relationship between faith and psychology. His books include Speaking Truth in Love; Seeing with New Eyes; Power Encounters: Reclaiming Spiritual Warfare; and The Biblical Counseling Movement: History and Context