“The 10 Commandments of Marriage”~Ed Young~ Review



Your marriage may not always be bliss, but it can be amazing! Every married couple will at some point experience disagreements, sexual frustrations, miscommunications, run-ins, and/or financial stress. These things can easily erode and ultimately ruin otherwise great marriages. This, however, doesn’t have to be your story. Ed Young offers profound, humorous, often personal, and always biblical words to foster whole, healthy, and dynamic marriages. Drawing on more than five decades of ministry experience, he provides 10 principles of Commandments of marriage to help safequard and maintain a lifelong marriage that sizzles.

These easy-to-follow guidelines will not only make the difference in protecting your marriage, they will also help your marriage flourish!

  1. Thou Shalt Be Selfless
  2. Thou Shalt Have No Strings Attached
  3. Thou Shalt Continually Communicate
  4. Thou Shalt Make Conflict Thy Ally
  5. Thou Shalt Avoid the Quicksand of Materialism
  6. Thou Shalt Flee Sexual Temptation- Online and Otherwise
  7. Thou Shalt Forgive Thy Mate-490 Times and More
  8. Thou Shalt Begin Again and Again
  9. Thou Shalt Build a Winning Team


Ed Young is a pastor at Fellowship Church in Grapevine Texas, author and conference speaker noted for his creative communication style. He has a passion for making the complex, simple as he speaks truth to people in ways they can understand and apply to their everyday lives. He has written 14 books including Sexperiment, The Marriage Mirror, Outrageous, Contagious Joy, Beauty Full, and Kid CEO.

Pastor Ed Young is a frequent conference speaker, and he provides resources for church leaders through CreativePastors.com and the Creative Church Conferences (C3). Ed has been married to his wife, Lisa, for more than twenty-six years. They have four children and live in the Dallas/Fort Worth area.

Ed and Lisa, are also strong advocates of maintaining an active and healthy lifestyle. And to help people honor the bodies God has entrusted to us, they have produced a series of resources called Body for God.

If you want to learn a little more about Ed, see what’s on his mind, what he’s up to and what drives him each day, visit www.facebook.com/pastor.ed.young, twitter.com/edyoung, www.youtube.com/user/EdYoung and www.Vimeo.com/ey.


A great book! It is definitely a refresher course on marriage and the commitments we make to one another. Time passes and things change, this book helps us to understand that it’s okay as long as we are continually working on our marriage. We all make mistakes, we all have bad days, but when the going gets tough we have to remember that we are in this marriage thing together. We are a partnership and we need to remember that.

The author starts at the very beginning, the story of Adam and Eve. He walks us through the beginning of sin and deceit and how it affects us today. Our relationships are important, and we made a vow to work together through thick and thin. He has a lot of insightful information throughout the book, tips and tricks and ways to get your marriage back on track, things to do to Β help with any conflicts. At the end of each section, there is a set of questions to really help you remember what you just read and to take evaluation of your life and relationship with your partner.

This book is so full of information.Β It’s full of ways to improve communication and ways to be honest to each other. It truly has a little something for everyone. Even if you are not married, it is still a great book to read. It’s a great reminder to be open and honest in any relationship.

I received this book in exchange for a fair and honest review.


Barnes and Noble

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