The Will of a Man & the Way of a Woman: Balancing & Blending Better Together
by Robert & Pamela Crosby
An invitation to harness the magnetic draw of your differences and blend better with your spouse in life and love.
Where there’s a WILL, there’s a WAY… While a man possesses a unique God-given motivational propensity for exercising a strong will in life, a woman conversely possesses a unique God-given propensity for discerning the appropriate way of life. Through ups and downs, these magnetic tensions have helped husband and wife writing team, Robert and Pamela Crosby, learn to balance, bend, and blend in their marriage–to appreciate the balance their differences bring, to bend more appropriately in response to each other, and to move toward a more joyous blend that can only emerge out of two quite different ways somehow turned into one.
Simply put, where there’s a WILL, there’s a WAY.
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
ROBERT AND PAMELA CROSBY
Robert and Pamela Crosby are ministry leaders and authors. They have pastored churches in New York and Boston and now serve a new generation of leaders at Southeastern University. Robert is Professor of Practical Theology and Pamela is the Senior Director of Compass: The Center for Calling & Career, also at SEU.
The Crosbys are the co-founders of TeamingLife.com. They write and teach on family life and team-building. Their newest book together is The Will of a Man & The Way of a Woman: Balancing & Blending Better Together. Robert is a contributing writer to Outreach Magazine and Christianity Today and he holds a Doctor of Ministry degree from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. He has written several other books, including The Teaming Church: Ministry in the Age of Collaboration, More Than a Savior and The One Jesus Loves. His newest book was written in collaboration with Samuel Rodriguez and is entitled, When Faith Catches Fire.
The Crosbys conduct conferences and retreats on marriage and family life. They appeared on the Focus on the Family radio show in March 2018.
Robert & Pamela Crosby
The Will of a Man & The Way of a Woman