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Gary Smalley

Biography

Gary Smalley

Gary Smalley is one of the country’s best-known authors and speakers on family relationships and has appeared on national television programs such as “Oprah,” “Larry King Live” and “The Today Show,” as well as numerous national radio programs. He is the bestselling and award-winning author or coauthor of many books, including the Baxter Family Redemption series with Karen Kingsbury and THE DANCE and THE PROMISE with Dan Walsh. Gary and his wife, Norma, have been married for 50 years and live in Missouri.

Gary Smalley

Books by Gary Smalley

by Dan Walsh and Gary Smalley - Christian, Christian Fiction, Family, Family & Relationships, Family & Relationships/Marriage, Family Concerns, Family Relationships, Fiction, Love , Love & Marriage, Love & Romance, Love and Marriage, Relationships, Relationships/Marriage and Family, Romance

For two years, Allen and Michele have been trying to have a baby. For Michele, it has become an obsession. But Allen seems content to spend his time --- and their money --- saving orphans in Africa. As Michele researches their options for fertility treatments, she begins to resent Allen's divided attention. And yet, God has a plan for Allen and Michele that they could never have imagined.

by Dan Walsh and Gary Smalley - Christian, Christian Fiction, Fiction

For the last five months, Tom Anderson has been without a job, a fact he's been hiding from his wife, Jean. He leaves each morning, pretending nothing has changed, and spends his disheartening day searching for job listings online. The stress of keeping this secret is beginning to put serious strain on his marriage. But Tom is not the only one hiding something. Jean has a secret of her own --- one that will seriously complicate their situation.

by Dan Walsh and Gary Smalley - Christian, Christian Fiction, Fiction

Jim Anderson is a successful businessman, and his wife, Marilyn, is the perfect wife. But after 27 years of marriage, Marilyn has had enough of feeling unloved and neglected. She wants to experience some measure of happiness before she's too old to enjoy it, even signing up for dance lessons, something Jim would never do. What will it take for Jim to finally become the man Marilyn needs him to be?