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Help for the Hurting–Marriage

RELATED WEBSITES

Top recommendation for marriage support: Marriage Today
MarriageToday utilizes seminars, a monthly magazine and more than 100 marriage building resources, in pursuit of this vital mission. And leading the way in cultural impact is the ministry’s national television program, MarriageToday with Jimmy & Karen, which broadcasts to more than 80 million households in North America and more than 200 countries via the Internet. Whether couples are desperate to improve or save their marriages, solidify their blended families or build a more balanced, successful family, MarriageToday offers the help they need. Their website addresses pre-marriage, healthy marriage, new marriage, hurting marriage, divorce, spiritual growth, sex and intimacy, family dynamics.
www.marriagetoday.com

Anti-Divorce Page
You will find no statistics here. It is based solely on life’s lessons learned. THERE IS HOPE! What you will find in this page is encouragement. Don’t give up!
www.victoryinjesus.net

Before You Divorce
www.beforeyoudivorce.org

Family Life
Bringing timeless principles home.
www.familylife.com

Rejoice Ministries
A spiritual trauma center for hurting marriages.
www.rejoiceministries.org

Stonegate Resources
www.stonegateresources.org

Covenant Keepers
Covenant Keepers was formed to offer an alternative to divorce. When my own marriage was attacked several years ago I was shocked at the lack of help or encouragement available in the church for reconciliation and restoration.
www.covenantkeepersinc.org

Forged in the Fire

Marilyn Phillipps’ blog bringing encouragement, information, suggestions, and challenges for those who are standing for the healing of their marriage. She her booklet, First Aid for a Wounded Marriage, at the top of the page.
http://2equal1.blogspot.com

ARTICLES

God Can Resurrect Your Marriage From the Ashes, by Sharon Jaynes

The Old Has Gone…The New Has Come, by Deb Kalmbach

LIFE STORIES

Dark Threads in the Tapestry of Life, by Janet Seever

Getting off the Roller Coaster, by Janet Seever


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