A multiracial Christian couple with high-profile ministry callings reveal the lessons, mistakes, and secrets that have helped them navigate race, family history, and gender dynamics to inspire other couples to pursue mutual flourishing.For years, others have asked Gail Song Bantum and Brian Bantum to reveal the secret to their marriage as a multiracial Christian couple with high-profile ministry callings. This book reveals the lessons, mistakes, and principles that have helped the Bantums navigate race, family history, and gender dynamics in their twenty-plus years of marriage, while inspiring readers to pursue mutual flourishing in their marriages and relationships.Marriage is about more than constant bliss or unending sacrifice, say the Bantums. It\'s about exploring your own story, seeing the other for who they are (even as they change), and being flexible and creative in discovering how those differences and stories come alive in new ways when joined together. It\'s the discovery of life in the gaps and the mysteries that emerge when we live in mutuality, believing that fullness is possible for each.Choosing Us reflects the realities and demands of modern marriage and respects the callings and ambitions of both partners. It shows that marriage is about choosing the other\'s flourishing on a daily basis, amid differences and even systemic obstacles, to build a relationship that thrives and reflects the kingdom of God.