Christians Caught in the Divorce Trap: Helping Families Recover from Divorce
Surveys show that when it comes to divorce the church is no more immune to it than the secular world. Where do Christians turn when it happens to them? What happens to the children? How does it affect others in the church? This book is divided into two parts. Part one is how to deal with life after divorce. Part two gives helpful advice on how to avoid divorce.
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