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Faith, Family, and Facing Change: Talking About Divorce with Adult Children

By LeAnne Parsons | April 10, 2024 |

My friends, it’s time for fresh starts and new beginnings. The chill of winter is melting away, and the budding and blooming plants, trees and flowers are reminders that profound transformation is in God’s plan for this next season in North America. Spring brings more than just warmer weather and blooming flowers; it’s a symbol of healing and renewal, much…

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He Refuses to Hear Me or Change. Now What?

By Leslie Vernick | February 21, 2024 |

Morning friend, Our 3 month Walking In CORE Strength coaching group is now open for registration. If you’ve tried all by yourself to get healthier and stronger and have not had great results, maybe it’s time for you to join WCS. In it you will find the support, accountability, and step-by-step guidance to build that internal strength you need to…

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I’m Gladly Divorced, Why Am I Hurt That He’s Moved On?

By Leslie Vernick | January 24, 2024 |

Morning friend, I’m traveling this week. I’ll be at a meeting in New Orleans and then speaking at Lysa Terkeurst’s event on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. I’d appreciate your prayers for my health, stamina, and safety as well as for healing for the women who attend the Haven House Intensive. It’s always a precious and sacred time. Today’s Question: My…

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How To Talk To My Adult Children About Leaving My Unhealthy Marriage?

By LeAnne Parsons | November 8, 2023 |

Dear Beloved Readers, Welcome to November, dear readers, and greetings from the sunny state of Arizona! As the rest of the country begins to bundle up against the chill of autumn, we here in the Grand Canyon State are still basking in the warmth of our desert paradise. November is a month of transition, where the scorching summer heat gives…

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Finding Hope and Healing: Praying for a Godly Husband After Divorce

By LeAnne Parsons | October 4, 2023 |

In the quiet of the night, on the dawn of a bright sunrise, or at the most inconvenient times, loneliness creeps in. It’s natural to long for companionship and the warmth of a loving relationship. For Christian women who have faced the trials of emotional abuse, divorce, and betrayal, this longing can be especially heartbreaking. Loneliness can be both a…

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How Much Time Do I Give Him To Show Me?

By Leslie Vernick | September 27, 2023 |

Morning friend, I’ve just returned from a busy two weeks of speaking and traveling. I spoke to over 350 men and women at the American Association of Christian Counselors conference on rebuilding broken trust. This year, more than in previous years I felt an openness and acceptance that some marriages cannot be fixed. Not because God can’t heal but because…

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What Does it Mean to Respect Your Husband?

By Susan King | September 6, 2023 |

Good morning, Friends! September is always a busy month! I hope you are getting ready for all that Autumn brings. Today’s question is short but one that I think deserves attention and discussion. I know I am not the only one who has contemplated the practical application and meaning of the word respect. Join in a discussion if you have…

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Rebuilding A Broken Life

By Leslie Vernick | April 26, 2023 |

Morning friend, We had an amazing response to joining our CONQUER membership. It makes me sad that there are so many Christian women struggling in destructive and abusive marriages and glad that they have found a place to get solid, biblical information in a loving community to help them wisely navigate through their pain and their next steps forward. Thanks…

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Flowers Are Not Enough

By LeAnne Parsons | December 21, 2022 |

Hello my friends! Coach LeAnne here, I love this time of year. The beauty and the brokenness of it all. I cherish the birthday celebration of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, and the many opportunities to share love, joy, peace, and hope with those we care most about, and it is also a time to mourn, remember and honor…

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