Eugene, OR: To attain any goal, it is helpful to have a support system to offer encouragement in the tough times, wisdom based on personal experience, and an example to aspire to. Having a mentor can make all the difference in the world. The same is true when it comes to marriage. Every couple needs a more experienced couple to come alongside them, dedicated to helping build the marriage they’ve always dreamed of. In "The Marriage Mentor: Becoming the Couple You Long to Be" (Harvest House Publishers/August 7, 2018/ISBN: 978-0736971430/$15.99), Steve and Rhonda Stoppe are that couple.
After three decades of doing life together, raising four children, and helping other couples build no-regrets marriages, the Stoppes have compiled their success secrets into an easy-to-read, fun, and interactive book.
Every page feels like a candid conversation with a friend. Readers will laugh and learn from a biblical perspective the secrets to enjoying a marriage that lasts a lifetime.
WATCH FREE VIDEOS of the Stoppes discussing highlights from each chapter of "The Marriage Mentor" https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLEo3Q28uMAgFiYmz01_twU3K3GeWvLmZs
Suggested interview questions:
-Why is it important for young married couples to have older couples in their lives as mentors?
-This is your husband, Steve’s first official book with a byline. How did he contribute to The Marriage Mentor?
-How is the book divided for male and female readers? Is it ok for both husband and wife to read the entire book?
-What does it mean to mentor? How do you and Steve mentor young married couples?
-Should every Christian couple either have a marriage mentor or be a mentor?
-Should a young couple seek out an older couple or is it ok, for example, for the young wife to see out a mentor on her own?
-Do you have to be intentional in starting a mentoring relationship or is it something that can be more be more organic and simply grown into a mentorship?
-How much older does the couple need to be? Should they be 20, 30, 40 years older or do they just need to be a phase or two ahead?
-Do you ever quit growing and learning in marriage?
-As parents, what should you make sure your children understand about marriage as they grow up?
-When a couple mentors a couple, can the older man offer advice to the younger woman (and can the older woman to the younger man) or should conversations be directed to be man-to-man and woman-to-woman?
-What are some of the topics you discuss in The Marriage Mentor?
-What are some of the most common issues young couples that you mentor face?
-What online resources are available to go along with the book?
-What do you and Steve hope readers will learn from reading The Marriage Mentor?
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