In February 2019, Paul published a book on marriage for couples and those who minister to couples. It is available in paperback and ebook.
Although there are a lot of books on marriage, this one is unique. Definitely not the typical, male-dominant view of marriage, the book presents a thoroughly biblical understanding of male-female equality within an extremely practical approach to living together as husband and wife. It combines the Bible, clinical research, and personal experience, to take a fresh look at marriage, and present a helpful guide for couples. It’s also designed for pastors, chaplains, and congregational lay leaders who are called to help the couples in their ministry context. With Discussion Starters at the end of each chapter, the result is a practical, hands-on tool that may be used in couples classes, small groups, sermon series, seminars, or retreats. It may also be used in counseling and private conversations.
The title, WisdomBuilt Biblical Principles of Marriage, comes from the first line of Proverbs 24:3-4: “By wisdom a house is built, and through understanding it is established; through knowledge its rooms are filled with rare and beautiful treasures.”
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Linzey’s next project is a book based on his military ministry experience in Iraq. While deployed to a small coalition-led Forward Operating Base as a chaplain in the spring and summer of 2007, Chaplain Paul Linzey experienced the danger of war, the loneliness of being away from home, and the exhilaration of watching up close as God answered prayer, changed lives, and performed miracles.
He was assigned to Camp Echo, just outside the city of Diwaniyah. There hadn’t been a chaplain there, so Linzey and his Chaplain Assistant had to start from scratch to prepare a foundation for ministry. Heat, danger, dust, and death formed the context for the job he was sent to do.
Operating from his philosophy that “ministry follows friendship,” he built relationships among the men and women, military and civilian, American and Coalition. This allowed him to be there when people were at their best and at their worst, in their strongest and weakest moments. This is the story of what happened in his life and theirs. God was working in the lives of men and women at Camp Echo: healing, redeeming, and answering prayer.