Christians are fighting against a conflicting cultural ethos; reducing the beauty of God-invented sexuality to just another entertainment option. However, lifelong marriage, though less common today, is still God's plan for most people... and isn't God's plan the best plan? Alex and Marni Chediak from their experience of singles and college ministry, multi-generational small group ministry, offer wise guidance in how we should go about choosing a partner. They seek to glorify God with one voice, sharing the life goal of being marked mainly as those who love God.
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Alex Chediak is now a professor of engineering and physics at California Baptist University. Marni, his wife has had a career in management with Fortune 500 companies while ministering through Bible Study Fellowship and teaching Sunday school. Alex and Marni have three children, Karis, Jonathan, and Abigail.
"Alex Chediak has done a great service for anyone seeking guidance on how to handle singleness, dating and marriage for the glory of God. If you're a parent thinking about how to guide your kids through the dating years or a single person navigating those waters, the one voice of this book speaks with sanity, clarity, and godliness." - James M. Hamilton Jr. ~ Associate Professor of Biblical Theology, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, Kentucky
"Having laid a foundation for understanding the nature of the marriage partnership, he provides practical, biblical wisdom on making a wise choice of partner....With One Voice provides a biblical perspective on the increasingly difficult issues surrounding marriage and dating. It shines the light of God's Word on this topic and shows that God's perspective has not changed." - Tim Challies ~ Blogger at www.challies.com
"Alex and Marni Chediak offer sound biblical advice and a clear Christian framework for working through the maze of confusions surrounding modern marriage. Christians young and old, single and married, will find help in this concise book." - R. Albert Mohler ~ President, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, Kentucky