Far too many people suffer from abortion guilt in silence. This sense of isolation can cause a variety of issues. But there is always hope.
Forgiving your spouse is never easy. It means letting go of an offense. It means giving grace instead of nurturing a grudge. How do you do that?
If you’re struggling with the difficult choice of whether to stay in a less than perfect marriage, the answer you seek feels heartbreakingly complicated. Because it is.
A lot of women feel hopeless about ever resolving the pain connected with their abortion. But healing is possible.
Ask the Lord to give you empathy for your mother, to help you understand, and to show you how you can love and support her in her struggles.
When there’s been a betrayal in a marriage, healing can take a long time. While waiting for restoration isn’t easy, God is willing to send you some help. John, Greg and Erin discuss how you can be patient in your marriage, when you’re hoping for reconciliation. Featuring Jeff and Cheryl Scruggs.
Amy Ford shares her testimony of having an unplanned pregnancy and feeling shunned by her church. She explains how that experience motivated her to become an advocate for women with unplanned pregnancies, and shares stories of women she’s helped through her ministry, Embrace Grace.
Even when things seem difficult in your marriage, it’s never too late for God to do a miracle. John and Greg discuss how seeking the Lord can make a big difference in your relationship. Featuring Jeff Scruggs.
Growing up in a single-parent home, Jackie Hill Perry learned very early that men were unpredictable and sometimes dangerous, while women were loving and safe. She felt same-sex attractions at an early age, and eventually pursued an active lesbian lifestyle. When she was 19 years old, God called Jackie to purity, which led her into …
God cares far more about our response after we sin. Luckily, He’s created an opportunity for us to choose repentance and forgiveness after we sin.