We are made in the image of a relational God, designed to love and be loved. Yet we seem also mysteriously wired toward dysfunction in our relationships. How can we get back to what we were meant to be? Beyond the obvious relationship sins such as stealing, infidelity, murder, abuse and lying, what are the more-subtle practices that break our bonds? Finding and replacing them is worth the effort and will be rewarded with much more happiness, peace and love, love, love!

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About the Author

Jennifer Jill Schwirzer LPC

In 1999 Jennifer graduated summa cum laude from Atlantic Union College. She is the founder of Michael Ministries, a music/speaking/writing ministry. She has produced six CDs of her own music and given concerts in the United States, Canada, Africa, South America, and Europe. Previous books include Testimony of a Seeker, A Most Precious Message, and I Want It All. Jennifer and husband, Michael, have been married for more than 20 years and have two children, Alison and Kimberly.

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