Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Mission Possible, Even on Valentine's Day, a Spiritual Covering, by Deborah L. McCarragher

by Deborah L. McCarragher

Valentine’s Day is a day for celebrating all kinds of love –and especially for husbands and wives. Mission Possible is a wonderful read for any Christian woman who loves her husband, especially for a wife who is determined to pray her husband into the kingdom.

Prayer makes all the difference in our relationship with God. I prayed my mother into the kingdom—at least I felt like it gave me the assurance of her salvation. It took many years, but today she is a walking example of much steadfastness in prayer.

While I didn’t pray my ex-husband into the kingdom, I take comfort in the fact that I did pray anyway—and even hid a prayer letter in a book that my ex took with him following our divorce. The outcome is always in God’s hands. As long as my ex-husband is living, there is hope he will be saved. May all married women find comfort in this delightful Valentine’s read that will help them to keep on keeping on—don’t give up.  Eternity is forever.


Review by Lorilyn Roberts
The Value of the Praying Wife for the Unsaved Husband

Mission Possible is a well-written book that should encourage and instruct any wife who yearns for a Godly husband--who loves him enough to pray for his eternal salvation even when she doesn't see any fruit in the present. Ms. McCarragher's insights into how to be a Godly wife and "helpmeet" are supported with Scriptural references that give profound wisdom to help anyone struggling in this area.

Even though I am not married, I found much Godly wisdom as a single woman to apply in my walk with God, knowing these kernels of truth have application not just in marriage but in all relationships--including children and friends. We never know how God is working to bring about a miracle in all the lives we touch. This book is a must-read for anyone who is committed to prayer, steadfastness, and faith for a Godly marriage and home.

Valentine’s Day is all about showing love to your spouse, parents, children, and those you care about the most.  As a Christian woman there is only one way to love your husband… with the love of Christ.  This Valentine’s Day give your Heavenly Father a gift that will keep on giving – namely – the decision to love your husband as God intended while you are living in a spiritually mismatched marriage.


Introduction to Mission Possible

Women, are you in an unequally-yoked marriage?  Are you tired of attending church alone? Do you yearn for a relationship with your husband that’s spiritually satisfying?  You can influence your home for Christ even within a spiritually mismatched marriage.

Your mission, if you choose to accept it, is to stand in the gap for your mate’s soul. This small book is a powerful tool for any woman who is married to a man who does not share her passion for Jesus. It will encourage and challenge the reader to embrace God’s promises for their spouse and future together.

Mission Possible was awarded the Readers Favorite 2010 Gold Seal Best Christian Non-Fiction book.

In Mission Possible you will:

-- Discover how to believe with radical faith for your spouse’s salvation.
-- Learn the secret to “staying the course” while you wait for your promise.
-- Find out why many women don’t like to share their “secret sorrow”.
-- Overcome your own fears and doubts about your husband’s future with God.
-- Join other women in the knowledge that God has a perfect plan of unity for you and your spouse.

“For the unbelieving husband is sanctified by the wife, and the unbelieving wife is sanctified by the husband; otherwise your children would be unclean, but now they are holy…For how do you know, O wife, whether you will save your husband? Or how do you know, O husband whether you will save your wife?”   (I Corinthians 7:14,16  NKJ)

Deborah McCarragher began her journey of creative writing soon after coming to know Jesus as her personal Savior in 1989. She enjoys using her spiritual gifts of encouragement and teaching.  Deborah served on the board of a local intercessory prayer ministry, and has been active in her home church and various women’s bible studies for years.  Her primary goal is to share her personal testimony with others while bringing hope and practical help through her book.

Deborah has been a small business owner for over 25 years and formed Alabaster Box Publishing several years ago as a vehicle for producing and promoting her Christian writing projects.  She is a devotional contributor to the E-zines "Ruby for Women” and “Living Better at 50+” as well as for the print magazine "An Encouraging Word".  She and her husband have one married son serving in the U.S. military. They reside in northeast Florida.

Deborah is giving away two print copies and two Kindle copies for Valentine's. Winners will be picked on Sunday so they  will receive their copy of Mission Possible  in time for Valentine's Day.

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  1. Thank you, Deborah, for the call to action. We have to remember that in all the armor God gave to us, He never once mentioned knee pads. I suppose He didn't want anything to hinder us in our prayers!

    1. Thanks Amanda - so glad He hears out passionate prayers whether we're on our knees, sitting, standing or prostrate :D

  2. There are few things more fulfilling, as a wife, than praying for my husband.


  3. Thank you, Deborah, for sharing this post.

    In this connection, be reminded of the verse that I can do everything through Christ who strengthen me. To our Mighty and Living God, there is no impossible thing.

    God Bless,

    James Oh

    1. Yes - I'm in agreement with you James! We walk by faith, and not by sight. Thank you for visiting.

  4. Thanks for the great review Lori and for helping us to get to know Deborah. Her book sounds like a valuable resource about godly relationships and the power of prayer. We all could benefit from books like that. Thanks.

    1. Hi Rose - good to see you here. God put this book on my heart many years ago. I'm just grateful that He is allowing me to share with others the hope we have in Him and His perfect timing. There is hope in a spiritually uneven marriage. Blessings,


    1. Hi Sana - thanks so much for your interest. It's a quick read, but has much to say. It will minister to anyone struggling with an unsaved loved one. Blessings,