Couple power By Grace Kimathi
Do you desire to stay married as God intended you to be or have you just said “I DO!” to the love of your life?
Couple Power will inspire you, challenge you, and motivate you, the reader, to have a happy and working relationship with your spouse by applying the power of working together.
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