No marriage is perfect, but one common thread connecting happy and lasting marriages is the presence of a mature marriage. David C. O’Bryan grew up very close to his parents and grandparents and saw firsthand a successful 129 years of marriage between the two couples. Witnessing their ups and downs, the burdens they carried and the sacrifices they made for each other, O’Bryan saw the perseverance each couple had in making their marriage work.
So, what is the secret to marriage? In Marriage Maturity, a work guided to completion by the Holy Spirit, O’Bryan shares the true stories of his parents and grandparents. Broken down into thirty lessons, each lesson intends either to educate, to communicate, or to be effective. Within each lesson is a true story from O’Bryan grandparents and/or parents, a biblical principle to help you think and express maturely, and an interactive challenge for taking action in your marriage. Simple and easy to read, this book contains tested and invaluable wisdom, biblical truths—not opinions, challenges for betterment, and inspiration for personal transformation that will help you open the door to communication between you and your spouse.
O’Bryan and his wife have always had a strong passion to see marriages thrive and succeed, and your marriage is no exception! A stagnant marriage can lead to sadness and frustration, but an active marriage effectively changes lives, both yours and others. Activate your marriage today!
David O’Bryan is a graduate of Syracuse University school of architecture and an Army veteran. He is an entrepreneur, architect and developer having designed millions of dollars in projects in multiple states. His greatest accomplishment in life has been his relationship with his wife Terri. In 1980, David and his wife Terri went on their first date at the high school prom, and they have been together ever since. David has a unique ability to address issues and solve problems from a positive and creative perspective. He has a passion for marriage and in what makes marriages last.