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.

Christian Divorce and ReMarriage Resources

Does My Spouse Need to Know?

I receive questions like this one all the time: Should I reveal to my spouse events from my past even though I believe he could never find out about them?

The Fate of the Family and the Future of the Church

Is the future of our congregations tied to the fate of the family?

Dads, Leave a Legacy of Marital Faithfulness

The first way to leave a good legacy is found in Paul’s letter to the church at Ephesus: Husbands, love your wives, just as Christ loved the church and gave himself up for her. (NIV, Ephesians 5:25)

Beware of Becoming This Type of Man

God's Word goes so far as to even identify what type of person we should avoid, stay away from, never consider as a viable marriage partner, and certainly not become.

The Evolution of Marriage?

Are same-sex "marriages" simply the next step in the ongoing evolution of human relationships, and should we just accept them? Or are there legitimate reasons to believe legally sanctioning same-sex unions will harm society?

The Divorce Generation: Finding Redemption

If we want future generations to see marriage not as a hit-or-miss relationship, but as an enduring sign of God's grace and love, then the Church has some work to do...

Children of Divorce Can Triumph in Their Own Marriages

Many couples walk down the aisle having never witnessed a healthy marriage between their own parents. While adult children of divorce face unique challenges, they don't have to repeat their parents' mistakes...

  • Drs. Beverly and Tom Rodgers |
  • May 12, 2008 |
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Costly Substitutes: The Price of Family Fragmentation

The costs of a decline in healthy marriages are not limited to the children. As one expert wrote, "Divorce and unwed childbearing create substantial public costs, paid by taxpayers."

5 Ways to Help Your Kids When Your Marriage is in Trouble

What can we do when our marriage is crashing against the rocks and our kids are watching? Here are five God-shaped guidelines...

Healing the Past for a Strong Future

Much of the hurt and anger you experience in your marriage relationship is the result of unresolved conflicts between you and your spouse. Here are tips on finding healing...

  • Dr. Gary and Barbara Rosberg |
  • April 22, 2008 |
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Forgiveness: An Ongoing Process

If you've done something extremely hurtful to your spouse and are seeking her forgiveness, then you can't expect the healing to take place immediately.

  • Greg, Gary and Michael Smalley |
  • April 04, 2008 |
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Is Sarcasm Eroding Your Marriage?

The real tragedy of using sensitive knowledge about our spouses as ammunition is that it can erode the trust that is necessary for open communication.

Is Your Home a Danger Zone?

Praying Through the Deep Issues in Your Marriage

Do you and your spouse keep stumbling over a difficult issue? Praying about each deep issue you face will release God’s power into your marriage, changing it for the better in ways you’d never thought possible before...

Prayer: The Secret to Transforming Your Marriage, Part II

Allan was a drinker, carouser, womanizer, and gambler. Even with fervent prayers from his wife, it's hard to believe God could get a hold of Allan’s heart...

Divorce: Harmful to Kids and the Environment?

If Americans will not stay together for their children's sake, would they do it to save the planet?

Four Slippery Steps to Adultery

Nancy C. Anderson's marriage was almost lost to infidelity. Here, she discusses the progressive choices that lead to destruction.

  • Nancy C. Anderson |
  • January 07, 2008 |
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Grow through Divorce

You never thought it would happen to you. But now here you are – divorced – and your life and emotions are a chaotic mess. Even though it may seem right now like you won’t survive, you can actually grow from this experience in valuable ways.

Troubled Teen Equals Marital Trouble, Too

Parents dealing with a troubled teen can feel a similar sense of grief and loss as if the teen had actually died. This puts a great amount of pressure on the marriage and all too often leads to divorce.

Infidelity: I Forgave – But I Can’t Forget

Can a marriage truly heal from infidelity? Is it possible to forgive even when we can't forget?

  • Dr. Gary and Barbara Rosberg |
  • December 07, 2007 |
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Example: "Gen 1:1" "John 3" "Moses" "trust"
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