Hydro author resolves differences in marriage through Christ in eye-opening, new book
HYDRO, Okla. — Author Dixie Yoder dissects a common problem in marriage to find a solution in “Incompatible (but Acceptable) Differences.” This enlightening, new Christian self-help book is set for nationwide release this week.
The word, reconciliation, is often used in marriage counseling. Incompatibility is the worn-out reason most often given for divorce. These two definitions clearly show that both perfect reconciliation and compatibility are impossible in a marriage.
In “Incompatible (but Acceptable) Differences,” Yoder depicts that no marriage enjoys complete harmony without problems or conflict. When people finally accept that reality, they begin to grow in acceptance of the man-woman differences, permitting their abrasive dissimilarities to scrape away selfish flesh, to press and to transform them daily into the image of Christ instead of tearing apart what God has joined together. That doesn’t sound very romantic, but it is the amazing reality that makes a marriage flourish.
Published by Tate Publishing and Enterprises, the book is available through bookstores nationwide, from the publisher at www.tatepublishing.com/bookstore, or by visiting barnesandnoble.com or amazon.com.
Yoder, who is the founder and executive director of Infinite Grace Ministries Inc., is an ordained minister with nearly 30 years of experience in biblical and pastoral ministry. She is the author of “The Church Snatchers, The Ultimate Identity Theft,” “No Longer a Child: Essential Insights for the Growing Christian” and “Ask Dr. Dixie,” a compilation of her weekly newspaper columns. Yoder is active in her home church, where she serves on the leadership board. She is a well-known author, newspaper columnist and radio speaker. Yoder and her husband have been married for 46 years and have two sons, two beautiful daughters-in-law and four amazing grandchildren. She currently resides in Hydro, Oklahoma.