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Divorce

Who Will Rescue Me From Emotional Abuse?

Who Will Rescue Me From Emotional Abuse?

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.

Sometimes Loving Means Leaving

Sometimes Loving Means Leaving

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.

Episode 56 – Questions About Divorce

Episode 56 – Questions About Divorce

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.

Can Divorce be Life Saving? Yes!

Can Divorce be Life Saving? Yes!

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.

Episode 35 – Shame Busting Your Divorce

Episode 35 – Shame Busting Your Divorce

Gretchen Baskerville, author of the upcoming book, Life Saving Divorce, is back to talk with us about how women of faith can move from shame and fear into ministry and stability after divorce. You can connect with Gretchen on Twitter. You can also listen to or read...

Episode 28 – The Benefits of Merciful Divorce

Episode 28 – The Benefits of Merciful Divorce

You may have heard horror stories about Christians who get divorced. But Natalie and Jeni, both abuse survivors and divorcees, discuss the benefits of a merciful divorce from an abuser.