Posts Tagged ‘divorce’

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Some of us might be continuing to remain separated indefinitely. We might be putting off an inevitable decision to end a marriage because we simply don’t want to be divorced. Now I’m not advocating for divorce at all, but I believe that, if the decision clearly needs to be made, then we should overcome the [...]

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Most of us have gotten divorced from someone we talked ourselves into marrying in the first place. Often, we’ve married the person we were dating when we decided it was time for us to get married, or maybe we wanted to get out of our current situation, and marrying our spouse seemed like a good [...]

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My thoughts on emotionally abusive relationships have changed as I’ve become more experienced in ministry to those who are single and divorced. Where I once thought the term was mostly just contrived and used by someone who might be seeking a certain justification for leaving his or her marriage, I now realize there’s more to [...]

Walking Your Path

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2011
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Walking Your Path… “But none of these things move me; nor do I count my life dear to myself, so that I may finish my race with joy, and the ministry which I received from the Lord Jesus, to testify to the gospel of the grace of God.” Acts 20:24 I’ve noticed that almost every [...]

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Angela\’s interview Pt. 1 Angela\’s Interview Pt. 2 Angela\’s Interview Pt. 3 I got a call from a friend and fellow author the other day. She asked me to answer a few questions for her blog,  http://angelaruthstrong.blogspot.com  The interview was fun, Angela did a great job. You can click on the links above to see [...]

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Has anyone else noticed this life is getting harder to live? Everything just seems so much more difficult than it ever has been. Our family members seem to be harder to get along with. We and our long-term friends are having trouble. Our church friends aren’t as forgiving toward us as they could, or possibly [...]

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In our seasons of crisis and despair, we might ask the questions, “Why did this happen to me?” or “Why is God so mean to me?” Matthew 5:45 says “For He makes His sun rise on the evil and on the good, and sends rain on the just and on the unjust”. So the fact [...]

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One of our friends shared this note on our Facebook group page and I wanted to share it here as well… Our Facebook pages are great places for you to feel anonymous, loved, encouraged and comfortable, I encourage you to join us (and “Like” us) there. There’s a link at the top of this page [...]

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I’ve been forced by the circumstances of several friends to rethink my position on the subject of using external authority to bring about the fair and equitable enforcement of a post-marriage agreement involving the visitation rights of a non-custodial parent with his or her children. I’m including these thoughts in a new version of our [...]

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Lori wrote to us in response to our previous blog. I wanted to share her thoughts to help us gain a better perspective on the real-life issues of raising children in a post-divorce household… Jeff, before my divorce I would have been a very strong proponent of the idea that “every child needs both parents”, [...]