New Book Offers a God-Inspired System of Values and Solutions to Redeem Marriage
Offers a simple pathway to happiness and holiness regarding marriage
MAITLAND, FL— Marcel Ngué’s new book Farewell to Marriage, Long Live Marriage ($17.99, paperback 9781498491242; $8.99, eBook, 9781498491259) aims to raise awareness among
parents, teachers and young people, in an era where marriage is going through the most critical period in its history. It appeals specifically to couples who are about to call it quits and are looking for ways to rebuild and save their marriage. It is an extremely topical book, dealing as it does with the death and resurrection of marriage, a hot topic which is at the center of the marriage for all policy. It is a practical book that offers case studies and a questionnaire through which married people could assess their performance and take corrective measures.
Ngué says, “This book comes at the right time as a contribution to redeem marriage, an endangered institution. It enhances the blue-print of biblical marriage. Above all, men and women are dealing, among other things, with the beam which is in their own eyes, and not the speck in their spouses' eyes. The book teaches young people how to reserve their purity for marriage. It appeals to parents, teachers, churches and matrimonial counselors, inviting them to join their forces to challenge marriage predators.”
As a Development Economist, Marcel Ngué worked for almost three decades as Project and Liaison Officer for many Christian institutions in Africa, Europe and North America, as well as with international development agencies such as the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and the Cameroon-Canada Cooperation Center (CCCC). As a Linguist, he held bilingual positions as a Translator and Language Teacher. He is a writer. Many of his publications deal with development issues. Farewell to Marriage, Long live Marriage, The Shadow of reality and the Reality of Shadow, reveals another layer of his vision. He is a lifetime Student of the Scriptures. Marcel and his wife Madeleine live in Maryland. They have four children, two girls (Anne-Estelle and Françoise-Olive) and two boys (Ivain-Zacharie and Philippe-Edgar).
Xulon Press, a division of Salem Media Group, is the world’s largest Christian self-publisher, with more than 12,000 titles published to date. Retailers may order Farewell To Marriage, Long Live Marriage! through Ingram Book Company and/or Spring Arbor Book Distributors. The book is available online through xulonpress.com/bookstore, amazon.com, and barnesandnoble.com.