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Each for the Other: Marriage As It is Meant to Be - Revised Edition (Chapell)

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Marriage requires not just love, but sacrificial love, says Bryan Chapell. In his newly revised and updated book, Each for the Other, he shows married couples how to emulate the unselfish, sacrificial love of Christ. While imparting invaluable instruction grounded in Scripture, Chapell not only helps husbands and wives understand the nature of God's care but also affirms the importance of building a spiritual foundation that binds them together as one. By presenting a biblical model of marriage, Chapell encourages couples to dive into the deeper dimensions of their relationship. The result, he says, is a Christ-centered marriage and a grace-filled family.

Refreshing and honest, Each for the Other is a perfect guide to show spouses, engaged couples, and marriage counselors what marriage is meant to be.

Table of Contents:

Part 1 – The Sacrificial Husband: To Scale the Heights

1. A Man’s Responsibility: Servant Leadership

2. God’s Reasons for Servant Leadership

3. God’s Resources for Servant Leadership

Part 2 – The Sacrificial Wife: Noble Love

4. A Woman’s Responsibility: The Completion of Another

5. A Woman’s Dignity: The Care of Another

6. A Woman’s Desire: The Honor of Another

Part 3 – Sacrificial Partners: Shared Love

7. Parental Foundations

8. Parental Responsibilities

9. Each for the Other Forever 


“A marvelous treatment of the biblical model for and teaching on the family.” – R.C. Sproul

“One of the few indispensable books on marriage. This is a book to read, reread, and savor; a first-class achievement.” – R. Kent Hughes


Bryan Chapell is senior pastor of Grace Presbyterian Church in Peoria, Illinios, and served as president of Covenant Theological Seminary in St. Louis from 2012–2013. He graduated from Northwestern University with his BSJ in journaling, English literature, and American history. He received his MDiv from Covenant Theological Seminary and obtained his PhD from Southern Illinois University.