Dr. Neil Clark Warren, Founder and CEO of EHarmony.com wrote in the Foreword to the book How To Pick A Spouse by Dan Chun, “Dan Chun is an experienced, dedicated, unbelievably wise and down-to-earth writer. He knows how to be practical both in his encouragement and his advice.” Dr. Warren continues, “Let me get right to the point: if you’re thinking about getting married, and if you are a Christian, you need to read ths book; it will inform you like you’ve not been informed before.”
Dan Chun is the senior pastor of First Presbyterian Church of Honolulu (fpchawaii.org). In 1983 he founded Hawaiian Islands Ministries (himonline.org) with his wife, Pam. With Honolulu spring gatherings of 4,000 adults and teenagers, the Chuns have trained more than 50,000 church leaders. A former journalist, Dan was a TV newscaster with a CBS affiliate in Honolulu. He has spoken all over the United States and countries such as England, Thailand, China, Singapore and the Philippines. Dan received his M.A. from the Universityy of Southern California in Cinema Production and a M.Div and D.Min from Fuller Theological Seminary where he is also a trustee. He is a rabid fan of Compassion International and The Alpha Course. You can follow Dan’s blog atdanchun.com He and his wife have three children and two wonderful dogs, Max and Holly.
– How much is a virgin worth? What about someone who is not?
– What are The 7 C’s
– There’s a section entitled, “When Circumstances Change Abruptly” – you tell a graphic story – how does it relate to love and like?
– Why do you say a successful marriage cultivates the 60/40 attitude?
– Why is it sometimes better to be single?
– How bad is loneliness inside a marriage?
– What about wish lists – what should be done with them?
– How about if someone thinks they married the wrong person?
– Your chapter on Antivirus Software is so practical. It could save a lot of heartache. Which traits are most important to you?
– What is “The Good OS (Operating System)” in a spouse?
Proverbs 13:10 “Where there is strife, there is pride, but wisdom is found in those who take advice.”