Marriages in crisis can be saved!
Yes, your marriage in crisis can be saved...
Yes, your marriage can be made whole again...
If one wants a lasting marriage, you must prepare properly. And you prepare properly by studying and learning from God's word - the Bible - about what true Godly marriage truly is. About living together as one, God's way. You can delve in God's word and begin anew, building your floundering marriage on God's proper foundation. God loves you so very much. He only wants the best for you and your family.
Therefore everyone who hears these words of mine and puts them into practice is like a wise
man who built his house on the rock. The rain came down, the streams rose, and the winds blew
against that house, it did not fall, because it had a foundation on the rock. But everyone who hears
these words of mine and does not put them into practice is like a foolish man who built his house
on sand. The rain came down, the streams rose, and the winds blew and beat against that house,
and it fell with a great crash. Matthew 7:24-27
You need to build your marriage on the rock of God and His ways. Let me ask you a question - is your marriage and family built on the Biblical rock foundation? If you are on the rock, you can weather the storms. If you are on the rock, your marriage can weather the test of time. If your marriage is not built on the rock it will come tumbling down. Notice jesus didn't say "if" storms come, but "when" the storms come.
Marriages and families get hurt when they don't follow God's way. Marriage is a union of "two imperfect people" wanting to live together. Only following God's way in our marriages and families can we as "imperfect people" hope to live a full life together.
64% of couples that wanted a divorce, but didn't divorce, 5 years later said that they are glad they did not divorce and that their marriages were very satisfying
Do you know a couple considering divorce?
Before You Divorce is a resource that equips you with tools to show this couple the stark, painful consequences of a decision to proceed with divorce. It is designed to show couples that the pain and trauma of divorce are often much worse than the difficulties they now face in the marriage.
Before You Divorce can be used by friends, family members, counselors, or pastors who are concerned and who want to help keep the couple together. It is not marriage counseling and can be used successfully by non-professionals. The Before You Divorce materials feature a biblical, Christ-centered approach to marriage restoration.
Originally published as a video/workbook resource kit, Before You Divorce is now available as a free, downloadable resource. You will find the following materials:
Workbook contains sections for taking notes, exercises to be completed between video sessions, and other helpful resources.
Five video sessions walk the couple through a different aspect of divorce and its impact on the husband, wife, and their children.