Truthfully, you can set all the boundaries you want. You can create all the rules you want. But there’s only one thing that can truly affair-proof your marriage
Many churches seem to welcome charismatic leaders who have moral faults.
I used to believe my husband's affair was the worst thing that ever happened to me. Today, I am eternally grateful for it.
I am living a life I never wanted, and I am so glad God gives us what we need and not what we want.
Divorce will always break my heart...just as it breaks my Father’s heart.
While I can’t imagine losing everything in a tornado, I am reminded of the storm that hit my life over seven years ago. My perfect life as pastor’s wife and mother was hit by an EF-5 known as adultery and divorce.
The next time you hear about an abusive relationship and wonder why anyone would stay, think about me. Leaving isn't as easy as one might think.
My husband and I were talking last night about my previous marriage, about some of the things my kids and I had endured. He asked me one simple question: “Why did you stay so long?”
Focus on the Family perpetuated the myth that the victim is at fault when a spouse strays. We must stop this lie!
“You provide the willing heart and I’ll provide the miracle.” This phrase is packed full of more truth than you can imagine. And, it’s a truth Rick and Tiffany Bulman have lived. In their new book Mended, the Bulman’s tell the powerful story of their reconciliation after Tiffany’s adultery. They both provided willing hearts, and… Continue reading Mended