Why Should I Be The First To Change? - Book
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Nancy Missler intimately chronicles the extraordinary "turnaround" of a 20 year Christian marriage. In Why should I Be The First To Change?, she reveals the dynamic secret that releases the power of God's Love already resident in every Believer. In this era of high divorce rates, it is exciting to know how God's Love can heal even the most troubled relationships.
The book covers the story of Chuck and Nancy Missler's relationship: their meeting, courtship, commitment to Christ, early years, children, marriage breakup and remarkable reconciliation. On the surface the Misslers seemed to lead an ideal life, enjoying good health, prosperity, and an impressive lifestyle. Beneath the surface, however, there was turmoil and emptiness even though the Misslers were Christians.
Readers will learn how to revitalize their lives and relationships by allowing God's Love to flow freely from their lives. In addition to rebuilding the Missler's marriage, this discovery prompted Nancy to undertake 12 years of Biblical research and begin to teach The Way of Agape throughout the world.
Copyright © 01-01-1991
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Chuck Missler was the Founder of Koinonia House and Koinonia Institute. It was Chuck’s vision for this ministry that brings us together. His aim was to stimulate us to dig into the Bible ourselves because as we study there is a real opportunity for us to encounter the God of the Universe. Chuck passed away on May 1st, 2018.
Nancy Missler, while raising four children, has touched the lives of thousands through her in-depth teaching of Biblical discoveries in her “Way of Agape” and “Be Ye Transformed” books and tape series. Nancy passed away on November 11th, 2015.
Please Note: The views and opinions expressed within are not necessarily those of Koinonia House.Agape | Chuck Missler | King's High Way Ministries | Nancy Missler