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

What Not to Say to a Woman in an Abusive Marriage

Don't tell an abused woman: “If you had more faith and weren't wavering in your emotions, God would heal this marriage.”

How to Date Wisely as a Single Parent

It’s tempting focus on romance, but when children are involved, you must make wise decisions that reflect God’s best for all of you.

Stepfamilies: New Beginnings

Perhaps we make New Year’s resolutions because we need a fresh start, a renewed effort in building some part of our lives.

Protecting my Teens From a Drinking Life

How do you protect your children from an ex-spouse's drinking problem while still encouraging love and respect?

  • Anonymous Contributor |
  • December 28, 2012 |
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Under My Thumb

“I do not control her,” he stated flatly. “Actually, you mean you do not INTEND to control her."

Choosing Between Spouse and Lover: What If It's Love?

Marriage expert Joe Beam takes a long, hard look at the story of a man in love...only with someone other than his wife.

The Christmas Photo: What’s a Stepfamily to Do?

What are stepmoms and stepdads to do when their new stepchildren are being ambushed by other family members?

  • Laura Petherbridge |
  • December 07, 2012 |
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Should I Marry (Or Stay Married To) An Abusive Person?

It may be physical, emotional, mental, or spiritual. Whatever the type of abuse, it eventually destroys the abused and the abuser.

How to Prepare for the Adventure of Remarriage

Your remarriage can survive – and thrive – if you ask God to help you start your new marriage on a strong foundation.

Is it OK to Date While Separated?

Dinesh D'Souza, co-producer of ‘2016: Obama's America,’ spurs this question with his own personal controversy.

The "Normal" Stepfamily: Helping Kids Adjust

It’s perfectly normal for children in a stepfamily to refuse to accept stepbrothers and stepsisters as their own siblings.

  • Laura Petherbridge |
  • November 09, 2012 |
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When Marriage Counseling Fails

"Does counseling really help, or is it possible that counseling actually makes matters worse at times? We need something different."

  • Dr. David B. Hawkins |
  • November 02, 2012 |
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Respect Him? Really?

What is a wife to do when she's in a difficult marriage with an unloving husband? Is "wives, respect your husbands" conditional?

Grief's Ugly Step-Sisters

Left to itself, grief will make you bitter. But with God’s help and comfort you will become better. It’s your choice.

Even Messier When Kids are Involved

How to help and support your children through the heartbreak of divorce and separation.

Want to Harm Your Future Marriage? Try Cohabitation

Cohabitating couples are 30 to 50 percent less likely to have successful marriages, statistics show.

I'm Dating...Again: The Road to Remarriage

Re-adapting to the dating world doesn't have to be excruciating. If timed properly, and prepared for, it can be a fascinating season in life.

  • Laura Petherbridge |
  • October 05, 2012 |
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The Unfaithful Spouse: Should I Divorce or Try to Reconcile?

Marriage expert Joe Beam offers five considerations for deciding whether to try and reconcile with an unfaithful spouse.

Should Christians Have PreNups?

If you fear that marriage will put your wealth at risk, perhaps your money means more to you than your future spouse.

Maximize Your Fun-Factor

After remarriage, half of couples struggle to find enough leisure time together. They are missing the fun-factor.

Example: "Gen 1:1" "John 3" "Moses" "trust"
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