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Given the topic for this issue, perhaps it's timely to announce our new magazine for today's man and woman.

It will be called THE MARRIAGE PARTNERSHIP. The first issue will appear this spring, with 132 pages of lively articles, biblical insights, facts, and humor on how to thrive in our marriages despite all the cultural pressures that stifle them.

That's the good news, and we consider it good news indeed.

However, the news also comes with some disappointment. The new magazine grows out of the publication that, as you know, has reached ministry wives the past four years. Many of you receive Partnership and have noticed the repositioning that has already begun-and you may have had mixed reactions about the changes.

Some Partnership subscribers have loved the new emphasis, but others have written to express dismay. Why, they ask, must the editors change such a helpful magazine?

We, too, have strongly mixed feelings. Our studies showed readers greatly benefited from Partnership, and we wanted ...

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