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Rachel Hauck debuts The Wedding Chapel on Life Lessons

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Why are there so many unreconciled father-children relational issues. Author Rachel Hauck reveals secrets in her new book- The Wedding Chapel.

What inspired the plotline of The Wedding Chapel?

Why did you choose to marry a classic love story from the 1940s

with a modern tale of romance gone off course?

What would you say is the major thread or theme that runs throughout The Wedding Chapel?

Has a communication breakdown ever caused issues in one of your important relationships?

Taylor and Jack marry impetuously, eloping only a few months after reconnecting, and they almostimmediately start having issues. Why is the

first year of marriage so hard? What advice can you offer to young married couples?

How can we defeat negative patterns such as bad relationships or substance abuse, which sometimes

seem to run in families??

How have you seen God at work even after you or someone in your life made a poor decision?

Those who have a complicated relationship with their earthly fathers

may struggle with a having healthy relationship with God as Father. How can they reconcile what they believe about God with what they’ve

experienced with their earthly dads?

Are there ever moments when we should give up on our dreams?

You feature a villain in the book whose life ha

s become rife with bitterness. Have you ever been tempted to

give in to anger or jealousy? What do you hope your readers learn from this character?

In your book The Wedding Dress you included some rich symbolism that showed how God impacts history and our lives in ways we don’t always see or understand. Did you incorporate any of that imagery in The Wedding Chapel?

When you sat down to write

The Wedding Chapel

, what impact did you hope it would have on its readers?

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