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I Choose You Today- Deb DeArmond

What’s the secret for hanging on to the happily-ever-after feelings from the day you said, “I do”?
It could be as simple as four little words: I Choose You Today.
Be sure to grab a copy of Deb DeArmond‘s latest release and find out
how you can make the declaration “I Choose You Today” a regular part of your marriage communication.

I Choose You Today:
31 Choices To Make Love Last
Deb DeArmond

*** Special THANK YOU to LitFuse Publicity Group for providing me with a review copy. My review is my own personal opinion.***



Married for nearly 38 years, author Deborah DeArmond and her husband have made the spoken declaration, “I choose you today” a regular part of their communication. It’s when we least feel like saying it that we need to remind ourselves that love is a choice, not a feeling. I Choose You Today features 31 scriptural principles that support marriage and help couples develop healthy biblically based behavior.
Built on an introductory anecdotal story, each chapter has an inspirational takeaway of not only what to do, but how to begin applying the principles immediately. Thought provoking questions create talking points for couples to explore their own choices and experiences in each area serve to generate open dialogue of discovery. I Choose You Today is not a book of “shoulds,” but one of clearly identified choices that each individual can make to grow their marriage and align it with the word of God. Every saying ends with a conventional wisdom quote.


Deb DeArmond is an author, a speaker, and relationship coach—helping her clients improve their interactions at work and at home. Her first book, “Related by Chance, Family by Choice: Transforming Mother-in-Law and Daughter-in-Law Relationships,” was released in November 2013 by Kregel Publications.


What an absolute fantastic book for couples!
Whether you are married or engaged or soon to be…this is the resource for you.
Did you know that love is a choice?
Not everyone agrees with this idea…the world would just like to tell us that if we don’t “feel” happy in our marriage- get out.
Love is a choice and Deb’s book clarifies this somewhat controversial statement.
We CAN choose to stay in our marriage, even through the hard times.
We CAN choose to see our spouse in a whole new way.
We CAN choose to dedicate ourselves fully to our relationships.
Love is a choice.
Deb’s book is so full of wonderful truths that you probably haven’t heard before.
My husband and I are reading through the book devotional style together and using the discussion questions at the end of the chapter.
Often it’s hard to discuss issues like…intimacy, insecurities and better communication, but Debs book makes it easy to talk about these important issues with your spouse.
Whether you use this book with your spouse or alone…it will definitely make an impact on your marriage.
This would be a great resource for churches or couples bible study groups!


Deb is celebrating the release of her book with a Facebook author chat party TODAY, February 3rd.


Along with the February 3rd author chat party, you’re invited to participate in two marriage-strengthening challenges: one beginning February 1 and the other beginning in March.

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to build your relationship with your spouse and enter to win some prizes along the way!

The Valentine’s Challenge: February 1 – 28
Tell your spouse “I Choose You” every day of the month.
Sign up online at and receive a free downloadable February calendar to mark off the days of the challenge.
Deb will also be emailing participants 1–2 times throughout the month with giveaway opportunities and “keep going” encouragement.

The “I Choose You” Challenge: March 1 – December 31, 2015
Sign up online at to receive 10 weekly emails, each teaching one of the choices from Deb’s book along with practical applications. This challenge is broken up into three different sessions, covering all 31 choices from the book.

***There will be giveaways and opportunities to win throughout the year. Participants can decide when to join—it’s not required to do all three sessions.***


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