She’s Got the Wrong Guy: Why Smart Women Settle
- Author: Deepak Reju
- Publisher: New Growth Press; First edition
- Print Length: 192 pages
- Release Date: October 16, 2017
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- Genre: Christian
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Deepak Reju is a pastor, counselor, husband, father, and now an author. His passion is for studying God's Word, loving his family and shepherding God's people.
His day job is as the pastor of biblical counseling and families at Capitol Hill Baptist Church in Washington, DC. His 24-hour, 7-days-a-week privilege is to be Sarah's husband (since 2001) and father to five adorable children.
Deepak is the author of several books and articles, including "Great Kings of the Bible: How Jesus is Greater than Saul, David and Solomon" (Christian Focus), "On Guard: Preventing and Responding to Child Abuse at Church" (New Growth Press), "The Pastor and Counseling: The Basics of Shepherding Members in Need" (CrossWay), and "She's Got the Wrong Guy: Why Smart Women Settle" (New Growth Press).
Deepak also serves on the board of directors of the Biblical Counseling Coalition and a trustee for the Christian Counseling and Education Foundation.
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Book Review by Bree Herron
I like to think I am a smart, single gal. My dating life has been non existent with being a single mom, student and just life. I am always open to books that make dating life a possibility and especially dating tips that make sense. I wouldn’t say that the book was devised to be a “catch a fish” style but it certainly made sense as to why I have made past choices.
I really enjoyed that this book had different parts to it, the part that describe some of the types of men was dead on. I couldn’t believe that those types were ones that others possibly have come across. Pretty sure I have date at least one of each since my late teens through now. I have felt broken from each.
Being broken though isn’t what this book is about it is here to empower you through faith to be able to wait and be open to the right man. I feel like the portion on waiting was correct, we don’t like to wait, but in this case waiting in ways will allow us to be open and whole for a partner. I can work on the waiting with a more open heart.
Overall, one of the better relationship advice books I have read. For single, faith based gals this book will be a good reminder to have faith in levels of the heart.
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