Happily Even AfterLet God Redeem Your Marriage

Dannah Gresh

Is happily-ever-after a myth—or can you experience something even better?

About the Author

Dannah Gresh

Dannah Gresh

Dannah Gresh is the co-host of Revive Our Hearts podcast and the founder of True Girl, a ministry dedicated to providing tools to help moms and grandmas disciple their 7–12-year-old girls. She has authored over twenty-eight books, including a Bible … read more …


  • “Dannah is no dry-land sailor. Her marriage has been pommeled at times with waves of disappointment, failure, and shame. But over the course of years, I have watched her and Bob find a lighthouse in the gospel, an anchor in the Scripture, a harbor in the covenant-keeping love of God. Through their tears and fears, these dear friends of mine have found in Christ the mercy, grace, and hope to press on—together. Out of the messiness and damage caused by the storms they have been through, God has created something of great beauty and enduring value. "Happily Even After" will show you how He can do the same in any life, any marriage, that will dare to cling to Him and take Him at His Word.”

    Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth, founder Revive Our Hearts
  • "Few things hurt a wife more deeply than discovering that her husband has been sexually unfaithful. Pornography or any other extramarital sexual activity strikes at the heart of marital intimacy. Dannah Gresh does not whitewash the pain. She does not offer an 'easy fix,' but she does offer hope. She writes, not from an ivory tower, but as one who has experienced the pain and found redemption. If you are walking this road, you will find "Happily Even After" a welcome companion. I highly recommend this book to wives who are struggling and those who want to help them."

    Gary Chapman, author
  • “You’ve picked up this book because you feel lost and hopeless. Friend, you are neither. The God of the universe is with you, inviting you to open your heart to His healing and wisdom. This book will not fix your broken marriage, but it will show you a path to spiritual maturity and life from a godly woman who has walked every step of this road. When Joseph confronted his brothers who had sold him into slavery, he said, 'You meant evil against me, but God meant it for good, to bring it about that many people should be kept alive, as they are today.' I can’t help but think of this verse as I read through "Happily Even After." Through the evil of betrayal and sexual sin, God has created a story of redemption to preserve the lives of many.”

    Dr. Juli Slattery, cofounder Authentic Intimacy

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