Right Relationships

How to Create Them, How to Restore Them

Tom Marshall

(14 customer reviews)

£9.99

Relationships Matter! They are at the heart of all good and bad human experiences. First, our relationship with God needs to be in order. For then it is possible to apply godly principles to the establishment of right relationships with others and the restoration of relationships that have gone wrong.

This life giving book will show you how this can become real for you. It addresses:

  • the nature of relationships
  • the factors which make them work
  • dynamic and well tried solutions for those relationships that have gone wrong.

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14 reviews for Right Relationships

  1. Anon

    This is a show stopper, a eye opener.
    Awesome revelation…made me think again ! A must read for anyone who wants a real relationship. I recommend this book.

  2. Heidi

    Really helpful book. It was very easy to see the mistakes I was making in relationships but I found I could only handle reading a chapter at a time

  3. Werner

    My favoured book on relationships
    Timely delivery; it’s one of the very best books on relationships, very sensitive and practical and applies to all relationships, marriage, friendships at the workplace etc.

  4. Celeste

    It’s one of the very best books on relationships, very sensitive and practical and applies to all relationships, marriage, friendships at the workplace etc.

  5. david b brown

    Excellent book based on biblical teaching about relationships.A hard read but well worth it.I refer to it often.Also use as a reference book.

  6. Ray

    Excellent

  7. Anon

    Awesome revelation…made me think again ! A must read for anyone who wants a real relationship. I recommend this book.

  8. Lizard

    An outstanding book – one that I’d read many years ago and wanted to get a copy of again, so was thrilled to be able to locate a second-hand copy in good condition

  9. Karen Robinson

    An absolutely fantastic book … I read and lost the book many years ago and am delighted to see I can still get it again. A noteworthy book for anyone who desires to be in good relationships…

  10. MISS EMMA L PERKS

    This book is mature, deep and Godly. Highly, highly recommended

  11. Cindy Williams Moore

    This is the book to own and read regarding all relationships. It’s a classic that I keep giving away to others, then again, need my own.

  12. Jerry M

    This really is an outstanding book. While it addresses all kinds of relationships, I think it is one of the best books available for improving the marriage relationship. Every relationship, Marshall says, has four elements: love, respect, trust, and understanding. He examines how to build strong relationships, how relationships break down, and how relationships can be restored. This book makes practical many passages from the Christian scriptures, but avoids being “preachy.” Marshall is little known in America because he lived and worked in Australia.

  13. suzanne v moody

    Tom Marshall sensitively deals with the many challenges of relationships, and ably shows that there is always room for improvement, as well as indicating the route to take. Well-written, insightful book that will help anyone who reads it.

  14. Nancy

    An amazing book, full of truth and insight. Not to be taken as a quick read as there is so much to process. A deep book.

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Tom Marshall

Tom Marshall travelled extensively as a Bible teacher. In addition to being an author, he was in great demand as a speaker at Bible Conventions, Conferences and Business Seminars. He died in 1993 but his ministry lives on through his books and the media.He and his wife were foundation members of the Wainuiomata Baptist Church. In the early 1960s he became involved in the Charismatic Renewal movement in New Zealand and left the Baptist Church to form a house church. He was subsequently invited to speak at both charismatic and mainstream Christian churches in New Zealand. In the 1970s he moved to the Kapiti Coast north of Wellington and was instrumental in forming the Kapiti Christian Centre. He was the founding editor of The Shaker magazine (later renamed Today's Christian). In the 1980s he spoke at many overseas conventions and was involved in the ministry of Youth with a Mission.

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