Truth About Marriage and Divorce

Truth About Marriage and Divorce

Let’s deal with a dangerous misconception about marriage and divorce. We often hear something like this: “Half of marriages end in divorce.” That’s an inaccurate and very unhelpful statement to make about marriage and divorce.

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Moms who make an impact

Mother’s Day is just around the corner. We hope that you have/had a good relationship with your mom, but we know that is not true for everyone. And of course, no mom on the planet is a perfect mom. But every mom makes an impact on her children and has the opportunity to make that impact positive and godly. So whether you had one of the best moms in the world, or your relationship with your mom is/was "complicated," we think it is good and right to have a special day honoring moms.

Answering Tough Questions

How would you react and how would you advise your teen if (s)he came home with this news? “At my school 50% of the girls say they are lesbian or identify as boys.” Or this: “A guy came to school today wearing heels, a dress, and make up. I decided out of respect, I should talk to this student using feminine pronouns. He told me, ‘I am not a girl. Just because I am dressed like a girl, doesn’t mean I am one. I am still male and want you to use male pronouns.’”

More Than a piece of paper

“It’s just a piece of paper. We love each other and that’s enough.” Ever heard anyone say something like that when explaining why they aren’t married but are living together? Unfortunately, that’s a common attitude about marriage.

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