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Advice to Christians Going Through Divorce

Jeff Domen | March 8, 2019


As a Christian, I can help people going through a divorce by offering them a different perspective. We understand that we can use even the hardest times and good can come out them. Proverbs 20:18 says, “Plans succeed through good counsel. Don’t go to war without wise advice.”

So often Christian clients come to me and feel guilt when they’re dealing with these difficult marriage issues. And my goal is always to talk to clients about the option of reconciliation. And sometimes reconciliation just isn’t an option.

The number one goal I have when working with Christians who are going through a divorce is to help them understand what one person might have meant for harm for them, we can turn that around and use it as good. God can make beauty out of ashes. And just because you’re going through a hard time in your life right now doesn’t mean God can’t use that to turn beautiful things out of your life.

If you’re a Christian considering divorce and would like more information, please contact Jeff Domen at 214-473-9696

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