For my first focus of the Lenten season I am reading The Power of a Praying Wife by Stormie Omartian. My intention is to read one chapter per day, so today I will be reading chapter 4. I am very impressed by Stormie's straightforward approach and the way she speaks straight to the reader, be they the wife of a devout Christian or of an Atheist. I find myself relating to a lot of the points she makes (who hasn't prayed for their husband to change and start putting his socks in the laundry basket on his own, or spoken to him out of anger instead of love?) and am going to make a concentrated effort to pray for him in the right way and let God bless our marriage in the way he intends for it to be blessed. I'm really excited to finish the book and may even read ahead.
Here is an image of the book cover/link to it on Amazon if you are interested:
There is also an edition specifically for military wives, be they the wives of AD service members or service members themselves which is available for free through many military chaplains.