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Published:June 18th, 2010 17:47 EST
'Falling In Love For All The Right Reasons'

'Falling In Love For All The Right Reasons'

By SOP newswire2

Isaiah 61 announces the release of the newest DVD in their popular Relationships series, entitled Falling In Love For All The Right Reasons, taught by eHarmony founder and accomplished researcher Dr. Neil Clark Warren.

Dr. Warren shares important findings from marital matching studies and explains how to select the perfect mate. Biblical principles are applied to the research findings to show how to choose the right partner, for the right reasons, in order to avoid the pitfalls of a mismatched relationship. In addition to founding the #1 relationship website eHarmony, Dr. Warren, a clinical psychologist for more than 35 years, also shares extensive relationship advice through his articles and best-selling books.

The Isaiah 61 Relationships DVD Series offers practical solutions and suggestions to equip everyone in all types of relationships on how to grow closer together and effectively communicate and connect with each other.

Isaiah 61 offers affordable teaching resources by today`s leading authorities on faith, prayer, marriage, finances, relationships and more. In addition to Dr. Warren, the growing list of Isaiah 61`s experts includes Bob Coy, Angela Thomas, Beth Moore, Beverly LaHaye, Gary Smalley, Jill Briscoe, John Ortberg, John Trent, Jonathan Falwell, Joni Eareckson Tada, Kay Arthur, Lisa Whelchel, Mary Hunt, Ron Luce, Thelma Wells, Tim LaHaye and more.

Isaiah 61 is a partnership with the American Association of Christian Counselors; committed to equip, educate and encourage people with Biblical truths that move them to spiritual maturity. The AACC`s training and educational resources prepare Christian counselors and the entire community of care; licensed professionals, pastors, and caring church members, with little or no formal training to minister to hurting persons and help them move to personal wholeness, interpersonal competence, mental stability, and spiritual maturity.

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