What if you could have the marriage of your dreams--even when you think it's too late?

Everyone wants to have healthy relationships. But too many women who've gone through divorce find themselves feeling lost and unsure about how to move forward into readiness for strong future relationships.

Barbie and Richard Armenta both have plenty of brokenness in their pasts. Richard's party lifestyle put him one step away from disaster time and time again. Barbie's two failed marriages and other dating relationships left her desperate for affirmation from men. When they came to Christ, they each had to figure out what it meant to live for Him in their dating lives. It was during this process that they found each other-and discovered that adding God's love to theirs was the right combination for lasting love.

For those who have experienced divorce, long to heal emotionally and spiritually, and yearn for true intimacy, The Right Combination is a shout of hope. The Armenta’s ground their work in Scripture and pose thoughtful questions to women, encouraging them to begin their own process of discovering who they are in Christ and what it really means to live and date God's way.

"We often say that marriage isn’t the easiest thing, it’s the hardest. But if couples – husbands and wives – are willing to work hard at it, marriage can become the greatest thing! In their new book, The Right Combination, our friends Richard and Barbie Armenta take readers on an incredible journey of love, faith, and marriage done God’s way. By candidly opening up about their imperfect lives and their up and down relationship, the Armenta’s show us on a very personal level how trusting in God is the only way to succeed, not only in marriage but also in life. Whether you are single, divorced, married, or somewhere in between all of that, this book will inspire you to get the most out of God’s plan and purpose for your life, your relationships, and ultimately, your marriage!"

Ed and Lisa Young
Pastors of Fellowship Church
Authors of New York Times best-seller Sexperiment