Separated and Waiting God's Way: Survival Tips for the Person Trying to Save Their Marriage Alone

Separated and Waiting God's Way: Survival Tips for the Person Trying to Save Their Marriage Alone

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Overview

Joe and Michelle Williams, (founders of the International Center for Reconciling God's Way, Inc.), are the authors of this workbook. Based on their own separation and of those they have helped over the years, they know that when a married couple physically separates they face unique challenges. These challenges are especially stressful for a spouse trying to save their marriage alone and can often resort in behaviors that push the unwilling spouse even further away. Separated and Waiting, God's Way is a nine-week workbook that addresses these challenges by providing godly principles and tangible tips for the waiting spouse. These proactive tips provide ways of dealing with issues such as loneliness, financial strain, betrayal, lack of purpose, and more. This workbook may be used in a same-gender small group, or alone.Separated and Waiting God's Way is written from a different perspective. Even though a physical separation has occurred, the waiting spouse has the ability to create a climate of reconciliation. The proactive tips are Biblically based and will prepare the waiting spouse to press on, regardless of the outcome.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781945975080
Publisher: Living Parables of Central Florida, Inc.
Publication date: 04/22/2017
Pages: 72
Sales rank: 760,380
Product dimensions: 7.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.15(d)

About the Author

Joe and Michelle Williams founded the International Center for Reconciling God's Way (ICRGW, Inc.) in 1999. They have authored several books on reconciliation, including Yes, Your Marriage Can Be Saved (Focus on the Family/Tyndale House, 2007). While they wish all marriages were saved, divorce is a reality, and based on their own experience of a two-year separation, and all those they have helped over the years, they know that if a separated person makes wise decisions there is a better chance of reconciliation.

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