The genius of Terri Camp's writing is that she addresses themes common to all women with a humorous touch and a spiritual purpose. Terri is capable of merely making women laugh, but that isn't what God called her to. With a skillful pen, Terri covers subjects that often represent deep wounds in many relationships. Not one for ceremony, Terri opens up her heart, revealing her vulnerable side, enabling others to face their own shortcomings and seek God's path to healing and fullness in marriage. Uplifting. Filled with laughs, tears, and smiles of "me too" recognition, this book brings out the best in the reader and reminds women everywhere that they're not alone as they experience the challenges and blessings of marriage. erri and her husband, Steve, live in rural Iowa
About Terri Camp
Terri and her husband, Steve, live in rural Iowa where they home school their eight children (ages 1 to 13). Between managing their home and directing the education of their children, Terri does find the time to write and to speak at various conferences.
If It Weren't for Eve, I'd be a Perfect Wife by Terri Camp