When I was living in the thick of emotional abuse, I just wanted to be rescued. Where was my rescuer? Why didn’t God rescue me? Why didn’t someone get me out? After twenty years I discovered who was appointed to rescue me.
It takes strong love to leave an abuser. Strong love for yourself – the only person on this earth God has given you full responsibility for – and strong love for your abusive partner who wants to live life without ever confronting and slaying the monster inside.
Learn how to handle talking to your children about divorce, and discover the four steps to rebuilding your life with “Life Saving Divorce” author Gretchen Baskerville.
Many Christians believe divorce is bad. But in fact, research shows that divorce is LIFE SAVING over 40% of the time. Learn what the Bible really says about divorce.
Hear Becky’s story of overcoming abuse that started in childhood and continued in marriage. This is a crawling to flying story you don’t want to miss.
Join Natalie, Rachel, Becky, and Kim as they answer two listener questions. One – what if I don’t want to stay even if my husband seems to be changing a little? Two – how can I continue to homeschool if I end up separated or divorced?
God was a divorcee. Here’s what modern elders might say to Him if He were a member of their church.
Abusive people almost always demand reconciliation with their victims. Why is that? What is their motivation? And do victims owe their abusers trust and relationship after having prior trust and relationship violated over and over again?
Why do you feel an addictive bond to your partner in spite of how he abuses you? We talk about intermittent reinforcement and how that plays a role in abuse.