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
I am so tired of the myth that it takes two to cause an affair. It simply isn’t true.
Our blissful first week of marriage was interrupted by a major test: I found my new husband on a dating site! A mutual friend knew we had just gotten married, and she sent Roy a picture of his online dating profile on a dating site known as Bumble. Just imagine having walked through adultery and… Continue reading Trouble In Paradise
The more I talk with people who have walked the dark path of adultery, the more I realize not all affairs are the same. I have a dear friend who walked the dark, painful days of adultery with me. Her husband had been a pastor at a local church when he had an affair. Through… Continue reading The Two Types of Adulterers
Dear Lysa, I read your blog Rejection, Heartache, and a Faithful God today. As I read the words, I couldn’t hold back the tears. A decade ago, the tears I cried reading your words would have been tears of anger, disappointment. I would have been upset that yet another well-known ministry couple had succumbed to… Continue reading An Open Letter to Lysa TerKeurst
Life falls apart. Unfortunately, it’s simply part of this…life. For example, Job lost everything. He lost his wealth, his servants, his children. Wave after wave of loss hit him, without time to even breathe between crises. He was left mourning, devastated, in despair. When Job’s life first fell apart, however, he was blessed with some… Continue reading Definition of a True Friend