Abigail and Nabal represent the classic narcissistic, abusive husband and a godly, empathic wife. It’s a story that plays out over and over in society today, in churches around the world.
Many churches seem to welcome charismatic leaders who have moral faults.
Most Christians divorce only after major problems caused by one spouse’s abusive, addictive, adulterous behavior. I hear the stories every day, and these threads seem to run through most every story.
I used to believe my husband's affair was the worst thing that ever happened to me. Today, I am eternally grateful for it.
Roy and I have experienced a few laughs this week showing the crazy twists and turns life can throw at us.
I don't know where you stand on Jen Hatmaker's theology, but I do know she needs us as Christian brothers and sisters right now.
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.
My divorce was not the end of my life. Instead, God has used it for His glory!