Capture Her Heart

  • by Lysa TerKeurst
  • Narrated by Sarah Zimmerman
  • 2 hrs and 44 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

A truly fulfilling marriage involves two people focusing on each other's needs rather than their own. Lysa TerKeurst, president of The Proverbs 31 Ministry, has written a practical guide for all spouses that will open their eyes to the needs, desires, and longings of the others. She offers eight essential criteria for capturing the heart of your spouse, with creative tips on how to accomplish them.
Having a great marriage takes time, creativity, and willingness. Capture His Heart and Capture Her Heart are excellent tools to help spouses run this very worthwhile race.
A wife need her husband to:


Be the spiritual leader of the home
Be her teammate in raising kids and taking care of the home
Treat her as a princess
Listen
Allow her time with friends
Encourage her with appreciation, affirmation, and admiration
Provide emotional fulfillment before sexual desires
Learn what makes women different from men

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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

I am trying to recapture my wife's heart and this book is exactly what I needed!

If you do the work it will work! Listen multiple times and do the homework.
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- Nancy Barrett

Really for wives, not the guys

Husbands don't bother! Get Love & Respect instead.

Lysa robs Ephesians 5:33 of the 'respect' you need when she suggests you pray for you wife to 'love you in the way you need' just PRAY that your wife will demonstrate respect to you, really! ...if this book was written for men. However, later she quotes other scripture exactly.

Most of the stories and anecdotes are very condemning or demeaning to us guys. Except her own husband! Wow, not very encouraging. This book should have been titled: Men Are Not Good Enough To Be Husbands, Just Ask Your Wife

The only redeeming factor was since I bought this on Audible, I kicked the play speed up!

Sadly, Lysa 'borrows' many ideas from other authors in every chapter.

She justifies women's manipulating behaviors by calling it 'the language of hints' and acknowledges that the point of this language is to get 'what they want', deliberately making communication difficult to test your love. Not OK!

I think women will love this book and buy it for their husbands. Maybe that was the marketing angle.

Honestly, I think the author's heart is in the right place. However, from what I know of her, she writes and speaks for women's conferences, and this book proves it.
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- M

Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-30-2016
  • Publisher: christianaudio.com