All we hear about is, “God hates divorce!“
While that is true, do we really know the reason why God hates divorce?
What was the context in which that was said?
Do we understand why God said such a bold thing?
- I believe God loves people more than He loves the institution of marriage.
- I believe that God removes some women from destructive marriages so they can flourish.
- I believe that God’s healing is available for all who seek it and have faith.
- I believe God is still in the restoration business, and He plans to restore divorced women.
- I believe all things, even divorce, can be redeemed and used for a purpose.
One of the reasons I’ve written this book is because I wanted other Christian women, like myself, to know the healing power of God, to understand their worth, and to see themselves through the eyes of God.
I want women to know that they no longer have to look at their circumstances, that seem daunting at times, so they can focus on a God who loves them.
We often find after divorce that we had put our husbands at the center of our life, in the place where only God belongs.
In this book, I share with you much hope, healing, and encouragement for your journey…. before, during, and after divorce, especially with children (of any age).
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Table of Contents:
Chapter 1 – Accepting God’s Healing
Chapter 2 – Find Your Worth
Chapter 3 – You Deserve Self-Care
Chapter 4 – Survival Strategies
Chapter 5 – Help the Children
Chapter 6 – Accepting the Path before You
Chapter 7 – Moving On
What Readers Are Saying:
Oh my goodness! “He has been known to take people back from a relationship that was harmful to his precious daughter.” This is EXACTLY what I believe I am going through/have gone through lately. – Michelle
Chapter 4…Very relevant to much of my more recent experiences. – Vicky
This is a digitally downloadable ebook that you can read on any device. You’ll have instant access as well as receive a PDF version of this ebook in your inbox. You may print this at home but be prepared to use a lot of paper.
Yes! You can send this to your Kindle by forwarding a link in an email to your Kindle email address. Or just open it from your Kindle device.
Yes, some of what is in this book you can read on my blog. But the book has more expanded explanations, more information about why I’ve written what I’ve written about, and Bible verses to back up what I believe about healing and surviving during and after divorce. This book has over 20,000 words, of well-organized content which was professionally edited and beta tested for flow.
Yes! Chapter 4 has a little focus on surviving with children still at home but also includes other helpful tips for all women. Although Chapter 5 is devoted to helping you so you can help your children (of any age), it can be skipped if that doesn’t apply to you.
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About the Author:
Jen Grice is a full-time writer, blogger, Vlogger, life coach (who specializes in teaching boundaries), and entrepreneur, as well as a homeschool mom of one teenager. While building her online businesses, Jen completed her Bachelor of Science in Organizational Management with concentrations in psychology, sociology, and Bible studies. Jen’s blog started in 2011, has become her ministry since her divorce, which has been anointed by God to serve divorcing or divorced women in their healing journey. When she’s not writing, she’s educating herself and others about abuse and divorce recovery, watching real-life crime TV shows, or eating chocolate—preferably with salted caramel inside. Jen believes that all Christian women can reclaim hope, find healing, live in peace, and live fully redeemed in Christ after divorce. She plans to write more books to help Christian women to embrace their lives, reclaim their power, and assert themselves in a way they can feel good about. What others had planned to use to hurt Jen, she plans to repurpose to save many lives. Genesis 50:20 and Psalms 107:2 are her favorite Bible verses.
You Can Survive Divorce eBook is not currently available.
Plus, I will walk you through my surviving divorce road map series to keep you encouraged while you wait.