Whether you’re in the honeymoon stage or celebrating your fiftieth anniversary, you have never before been in this season of your marriage. Your family dynamics, finances, health, emotional state, location, ministry, employment status— all the factors of your life—are in a perpetual state of transition. As a married woman, you are continually wife-changing. The scriptures never change, but they can always be freshly applied to every season of marriage.
Crown is a resource that combines solid Bible teaching, humorous and humbling tales from the author’s own marriage journey, and dozens of compelling stories from real women just like you. Based on Proverbs 12:4, “An excellent wife is the crown of her husband,” Crown includes concrete, scriptural truths and real-life examples that will equip you to be the excellent wife God created you to be. Complex issues such as biblical roles within marriage, physical intimacy, communication, forgiveness, and home management are all addressed with candid honesty, encouragement and biblical substance. In thirty wife-changing lessons, you will be instructed, challenged, and motivated to walk in obedience to God’s beautiful design for marriage.
Nancy Kaser is a passionate pastor’s wife with a desire to see women know and follow Jesus. For over 25 years, she has taught women’s Bible studies, provided biblical counseling, and been a women’s conference speaker. First-hand experience as a wife, missionary, mother, stepmother, grandmother, homeschooler, and career woman give her connections to a broad scope of women.
Following her visionary husband, Nancy has traveled extensively as a missionary to Africa, Asia, and North America to share the gospel, train Christian workers, and to provide for children gripped by poverty. Together, the Kasers founded Promise Child; a gospel-centered child sponsorship ministry serving thousands of children in six different countries. Active in the Calvary Chapel movement, the Kasers are known for leading short-term mission trips all over the world and are often asked to speak to different churches on the subject of missions.