Read about Christian divorce and remarriage including advice and help from a Christian perspective. ! Find Christian based information on situations that arise in any relationship between husband and wife. Learn about how we should treat our spouses according to the word of the Holy Bible and Jesus. Other helpful resource topics include: Christian singles, parenting, finances and debt.
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Christian Divorce and ReMarriage Resources

Thriving Despite a Difficult Marriage

If your marriage is less than perfect and the "happily ever after" that was promised to you in childhood fairy tales is a distant dream, then consider this: faithfulness, not happiness, is God's desire for you. In your less that perfect marriage, you can still have meaning, purpose, endurance, and optimism.

  • Michael Misja and Chuck Misja |
  • October 07, 2009 |
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Creating a Culture of Marriage

  • Michael Craven |
  • September 14, 2009 |
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Sexual Anarchy: America's Demise?

Is sexuality simply a private matter with no consequences for society?

Love, But Not “In Love”

Often it is the kiss of death. One says to the other, “I love you, but I’m no longer in love with you...”

Prevent Divorce Before You Get Married

If you use the time you’re engaged to learn healthy relational patterns, you can avoid the hurtful patterns that creep up in marriage and often lead spouses to divorce...

Jon and Kate, Get Your Facts Straight

We have heard that line — “the kids will be better off” — a thousand times. But the sad truth is that divorce does not necessarily better the lives of children.

  • Drs. Beverly and Tom Rodgers |
  • July 02, 2009 |
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Jon and Kate, It's Not Too Late

My message to the Gosselins is this: God can heal the wounds of your past and the wounds of the present in your marriage.

  • Dr. Beverly Rodgers |
  • June 25, 2009 |
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Domestic Violence within the Church: The Ugly Truth

Pastors need to acknowledge that domestic abuse in the church is a problem, and learn how to counsel women wisely, not just continually tell them to "submit."

Step Off the Jekyll and Hyde Rollercoaster: Ending Emotional Abuse

Well-meaning people, when they learn of or recognize abuse, tell their friends to simply leave or “stand up and don’t tolerate it.” But, this advice is simplistic...

  • Dr. David B. Hawkins |
  • May 04, 2009 |
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Good Food and Junk Sex

Rather than approaching food and sex reasonably and in a similar way, we have opted for what Mary Eberstadt calls “mindful eating and mindless sex.”

Help for Desperate Marriages: An Interview with Dr. Gary Chapman

In his book Desperate Marriages, Dr. Gary Chapman seeks to dispel the common myth that "some marriages are just hopeless." Here’s what he has to share with Crosswalk readers...

40-Day 'Love Dare' Launches Marriage Movement

As featured in the movie "Fireproof," The Love Dare is a 40-day Scripture-based journey that helps couples learn truly to love one another...

Restoring what the Locusts Have Eaten

An Appetite for Sin

If you can’t control your appetite, don’t go to the buffet. If you can’t look without lusting, look away. Don’t think you’re stronger than your desires.

Hope for Hopeless Marriages

Tracy's marriage to Mark began as a fairy tale but quickly transformed into a nightmare. Today, their love shines as a testimony to the special graces God reserves for hopeless cases...

12 Steps Church Leaders Can Take to Help Domestic Abuse Victims

What specific steps can church leaders take to help domestic abuse victims?

Sour Economy Tests `For Better For Worse' Marriage Vows

Some say the sour economy is accomplishing a moral turnaround that ministers couldn't: convincing couples to not walk away when things get tough, but rather to forgive each other and remain committed to their vows...

  • Margaret Bernstein |
  • January 19, 2009 |
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What Churches Can Do to Address Domestic Abuse

About four million women a year are physically abused by their husbands or boyfriends. What can churches do to bring hope and help to those suffering from domestic abuse?

  • CaringChurches.com |
  • January 04, 2009 |
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Example: "Gen 1:1" "John 3" "Moses" "trust"
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