Happily Ever After Is Nearer Than You Think

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Keys to living a fulfilled life contained in new book.

Every woman dreams of a blissful marriage where she lives with her husband happily ever after. Unfortunately, about 50% of marriages end in divorce within the first five years. Ironically, the figures are just as scary for Christian marriages. In Priced Above Rubies: Qualities of a Good Woman (paperback, 978-1-60477-449-8), Bimbo Odukoya highlights the qualities of a good woman, which make for a lasting and blissful marriage. They include a submissive spirit, a godly character, humility, a praying heart, a forgiving spirit, and a contented soul. This book will not only make you a better wife and mother; it will set you on the path to living a fulfilled life.

Says Taiwo Odukoya, husband of the author, "[This book will] make the woman develop the qualities that will enable her [to] live a fulfilled life, providing practical methods in solving issues affecting the woman."

Before passing away on December 10, 2005, Bimbo Odukoya received numerous awards for her contributions to society. Formerly a pastor of The Fountain of Life Church in Lagos Nigeria, she ran a ministry dedicated to challenging, motivating, and empowering women in their roles as wives, mothers, and leaders, and ministered on practically every Nigerian university and polytechnic campus in addition to running regular columns in several newspapers and magazines and starring in a popular TV program, Single & Married. As a wife and mother of three children, she knew the difficulties affecting many of today's marriages in our chaotic world and how to solve them. In Priced Above Rubies, she offers readers an invaluable chance to learn how to be fulfilled with their duties as wife and mother.

Xulon Press, a part of Salem Communications Corporation, is the world's largest Christian publisher, with more than 4,000 titles published to date. Retailers may order Priced Above Rubies through Ingram Book Company and/or Spring Arbor Book Distributors.


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