Debi and her husband Tom are recognized Marriage and Romance experts, plying their trade with The Romantic Vineyard blog and seminars. Debi wrote her first novel, Through the Eyes of Grace, based on her family history in Jenks, where she hopes to revisit soon. Additionally, she and Tom penned Cherishing Us, 365 Tips for a Healthy Marriage.
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1904 in the township of Ceres, Oklahoma Territory. Fifteen-year-old Grace Stella Kirwin's life is blossoming like the prairie flowers she has grown to love, yet she is unaware of the encroaching storm about to ravage her heart. It will seek to destroy all the hope she has of finding genuine love.
An ultimatum by Grace's father leads to a violent response by the only man Grace has ever wanted. Shattered and bruised, Grace fears she'll never be free from this nightmare. Hope dawns when she moves to a new town, only to discover a dark night awaits her. Will she find the lasting love she's longed for?
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Cherishing Us is a compilation of advice shared the past several
years on The Romantic Vineyard Facebook page, brought together in this handbook to allow you to keep the tips close for
easy reference. Read one daily and use it as a springboard to assess
your marriage. Let it be a constant reminder of the priority your
marriage holds in your life as you seek to grow closer together for a lifetime.
Tom and Debi Walter have been married for nearly four decades and have acquired wisdom to help marriages grow through experience, study and prayer. They use every opportunity they are given to influence marriages to grow stronger and healthier as the years pass. They have three grown, married children who are replicating their parents example. "God has been kind to help us stay focused on our life's mission to see marriages thrive in a world where marriage is becoming optional. May God be
glorified in all we say and do!"
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