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Book Review: Marry Wisely Marry Well

Are you single and worried about marrying the wrong person? Or do you fear that if you were to get married, it would only end in divorce? Ernie Baker has written a hope-filled book to calm your worries and fears called Marry Wisely, Marry Well: A Blueprint for Personal Preparation. If marriage is a future possibility, regardless of your current relationship status, this book provides biblical wisdom for how to marry wisely and marry well. Continue reading

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