“This book will unpack the nuts and bolts of matrimony and give you tools to last the life of your marriage.”
-Dr. Kevin Leman, New York Times Bestselling Author of Sheet Music and Have a New Husband By Friday
“I may have a shelf full of marriage books, but Lucille’s vulnerable transparency, biblical clarity, and practical counsel makes From Me to We a book I will recommend not only to the engaged couples but to couples who have ben married for years.”
-Kyle Idleman, Teaching Pastor at Southeast Christian Church and Author of Not a Fan and The End of Me
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Premarital books have been around for ages, but now Lucille Williams has written a brand-new guide for the bride- and groom-to-be that is more relevant to young couples living in today’s world. With honest—and humorous—personal stories, tips, advice, and discussion questions, From Me to We (April 2017, Shiloh Run Press) is sure to be the next staple premarital counseling book on pastors’ shelves.
Written by a pastor’s wife at one of the largest churches in America, From Me to We is a transparent, surprisingly honest, and widely informative guide that will inspire readers to safeguard their marriage by tackling tough questions and issues before they say, “I do.” Lucille Williams offers straight-talk about marriage with unprecedented insight as well as challenges and discussion questions—a great tool for premarital counseling. This compelling, entertaining, insightful, and informative guide covers topics including the all-important question of Why are you getting married? as well as forgiveness, communication, expectations for marriage, baggage, sex, and money—all from a biblical perspective.
“We all get married with a lot of hope and big romantic dreams, but it’s only those couples who know the secret that get the magical ending,” says Williams. “The secret is exchanging me thinking for we thinking. Me thinking inquires, ‘What do I get?’, ‘What’s in it for me?’ We must learn to put away those me-centered feelings and be we-centered. Happily ever after is learning to go from me to we. My hope for readers of this book is that they will learn to do just that so they too can have their very own real-life fairytale.”
For more information or to schedule an interview with Lucille Williams, please contact Shalyn Sattler at firstname.lastname@example.org or 740.922.6045 x 109.