If you’re considering divorce, think and pray before you make that choice. I believe God expects you to do your absolute best to save your marriage. I’ve seen couples succeed — it’s worth the fight.
Life After Divorce
When a marriage ends, it’s normal to mourn the loss of what can no longer be. Those times of grieving are a part of the healing process, and they offer opportunities to show love to your new spouse.
Divorce is difficult for children. Confusion and hurt can often lead to resentment and emotional separation between kids and parents.
Take steps to lower your financial stress.
Help your child continue leaning on God through prayer, especially in the midst of family division.
Summer survival tips for the single parent
Marriages formed today have about a 41 to 43 percent chance of ending in divorce.
The financial consequences of divorce on single mothers are often devastating. In my experience in counseling those who have gone through a divorce, I’ve concluded that couples rarely do as well separately as they did together. It’s important from a biblical perspective, however, not to be resentful, bitter, or fearful. Rather, you need to be …