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  • DivorceCare Participant Workbook


    The DivorceCare Participant Guide includes a note-taking outline for each DivorceCare session video, practical exercises to help people grow and heal, insights from prominent Christian leaders, healthy living tips, journaling helps, life-transforming Bible studies, timely articles, Scripture tear-out cards, and a gospel presentation. Group members will use their participant guide throughout the 13-week program.

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  • Once Upon A Divorce


    What happens when the author of happily-ever-after romances gets divorced?

    As a divorce survivor and single mom, Betsy St. Amant Haddox–known for her charming rom-coms–shares her own raw, unfiltered story of what happens after the fairy tale ends. Complete with plenty of what-not-to-do tales, Once Upon a Divorce features what she learned on her bumbling journey to wholeness.

    In her humorous, vulnerable, and authentic way, Betsy recounts how she navigated her ex-husband’s abandonment and the seeming silence from heaven that followed. She takes readers through the thorny path of figuring out life as a single mother, healing from loss, and finding God to be faithful through it all. Once Upon a Divorce proves that the end of a marriage isn’t the end of the story.

    Christian women will embrace this book because it helps them feel seen and validated amid their own relationship storms. And they will appreciate the biblical perspective Betsy brings as she tackles divorce and its aftermath from a Christian perspective, not a “girl power” one.

    Join Betsy as she shares heartfelt advice for the “now what?” chapter–advice learned firsthand on acceptance, forgiveness, and the hard-won truth of hoping for more, while being content right where you are.

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  • Better Than Okay


    Divorce is not the end of your story

    Some seasons of life can seem far more difficult than one human should have to endure. For Brandi Wilson, that was the year her husband–and a megachurch pastor–walked away from her and her family. Suddenly, her church community dissolved, and her dreams and identity were shattered.

    Yet God transformed this heartbreaking time into an invaluable lesson on the gift of healing.

    And now, Brandi beautifully tells her courageous story of confronting grief and heartache head-on and learning how to rise from the pain. Filled with aha moments and laugh-out-loud humor, this book reminds you that your story is always evolving and that you can move forward with hope after divorce. Brandi helps you:

    * rely on and find comfort in the promises of God
    * begin a new journey toward healing
    * find freedom in your new identity

    While your life looks drastically different now, there is hope for renewed joy and redemption. Your pain doesn’t get the final say. Through God’s grace and healing power, you will be better than okay.

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  • Mans Guide To The Spiritual Disciplines


    Spiritual strength-like surgical skill or athletic excellence-requires training and practice.

    Do you want to become the kind of man who walks with God and influences our world for Christ? You’ll need a consistent regimen of spiritual exercises. In A Man’s Guide to the Spiritual Disciplines, Patrick Morley highlights twelve habits that will strengthen your walk with Christ, including:

    *Experiencing God in creation
    *Letting the Bible change your life
    *Learning the power of prayer
    *Grasping God’s greatness through worship
    *Gaining strength through Sabbath
    *Thriving through fellowship
    *Succeeding through wise counsel . . . and more

    Morley presents each discipline with a concise overview, relatable stories, and application ideas. This powerful guidebook will help you develop the maturity every man of God was designed to reflect.

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  • Hoping For Happiness


    A biblical framework for living a grounded, hopeful and genuinely happy life.

    Everyone wants to be happy, and we all pursue happiness in different ways. Some people are thrill-seekers; others are homebodies. Some people are loners; others love big families or communities. Some people express things creatively; others consume what is created. Some sing; others listen to music. Whatever we find happiness in, we are united by our desire for work that matters and relationships that fulfil.

    As Christians, we often fall into the trap of basing our hopes on earthly things, even when we know they only make us happy for a short time. But how are we to experience happiness in this life? How do we avoid expecting too much of earthly things and being disappointed, or expecting too little and becoming cynics?

    In this book, recovering cynic Barnabas Piper helps us to throw off both the unrealistic expectations that end in disappointment and the guilty sense that Christians are not meant to have fun. He shows how having a clear view of the reality of the fall and the promise of redemption frees us to live a life that’s grounded, hopeful and genuinely happy.

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  • Marriageable : Alone Again But Not Alone


    Divorce and remarriage are the theme of this book, especially for those who are considering remarriage after a divorce. The author begins by outlining the aloneness many people feel, especially when they are in a loveless relationship. The objective is to promote lifelong relationships and help the victims of treacherous divorcers to find healing. Her descriptions include one group named divorcees (the victims) and the other group (the instigators of divorce), the divorcers.

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  • Marriageable : Alone Again But Not Alone


    Divorce and remarriage are the theme of this book, especially for those who are considering remarriage after a divorce. The author begins by outlining the aloneness many people feel, especially when they are in a loveless relationship. The objective is to promote lifelong relationships and help the victims of treacherous divorcers to find healing. Her descriptions include one group named divorcees (the victims) and the other group (the instigators of divorce), the divorcers.

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  • Journey Student Workbook (Student/Study Guide)


    The Journey: Divorce Through the Eyes of a Teen is a small group curriculum designed to lead teens through the journey of recovery from the tragedy of divorce. This curriculum is filled with practical activities and hands-on tools to empower teens to make healthy choices.

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  • Strength For Parents Of Missing Children


    Hawaii Way Publishing

    Families everywhere experience the loss of contact with children due to divorce and foster care. Follow the mother of an abducted child as she helps others survive and thrive in this award-winning Christian bestseller.

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  • I Dont Want A Divorce (Reprinted)


    Whether the issue is communication, the kids, negative attitudes, or even adultery, every difficult marriage has a chance to not only survive but become a truly great marriage. This 90-day plan shows readers how with humor, Scripture, and enlightening personal stories.

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  • YOU Plan : A Christian Womans Guide For A Happy Healthy Life After Divorce


    You never thought divorce would happen to you. But it did. You may feel traumatized, relieved, hopeful, afraid, or all of the above. What choices will help you heal? How can you minimize the trauma for your kids? When is too soon to date…and what about sex? How can you learn from your mistakes instead of repeating them? And where is God in all of this?

    Michelle and Connie have been where you are. They’re Christian women who are a little ahead of you on the journey. Michelle was divorced seven years and now is happily remarried. Connie is ten years into the journey and at peace with being single. They’ve each made good choices and their fair share of mistakes. In this book they rally their collective experience to help you navigate some of the twists and turns of the post-divorce journey, avoid pitfalls, and emerge stronger and more confident.

    This is not one of those authoritative, “do as we say” tomes. It’s a woman-to-woman, been-there-done-that, faithful, and hopeful approach to such topics as acceptance, forgiveness, loneliness, online dating (or “CON-line dating”), sex, money, respect, finding friends, and caring for your physical, financial, and spiritual health. Most of all, it’s a powerful reassurance that no matter what has happened or what may happen next, God still has good plans for you. You will live and laugh and love again. This book can help you do it.

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  • Restored Lives : Recovery From Divorce And Separation


    Restored Lives has been developed to help people recover from the experience of divorce or relationship breakdown. It will empower them to regain their self-confidence and show them how to rebuild their lives. Erik Castenskiold outlines the journey of breakdown and recovery, offering assurance that recovery is possible and revealing how to move forward as a single person. He highlights the importance of forgiveness, revealing how it is possible to let go and move on, and establishes important tools for communicating well with your ex-partner, handling conflict, setting emotional boundaries and expressing yourself clearly. He also addresses the impact of separation on family and friends and considers relevant legal and financial factors. While based on Christian principles, the material is relevant and helpful for anyone with or without a Christian faith or church background. It was developed from the Recovery from Divorce and Separation course that Erik runs at Holy Trinity Brompton, London. The book is accompanied by a professionally-prepared DVD and a short workbook, available singly and in packs of ten.

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  • Unraveling : Hanging Onto Faith Through The End Of A Christian Marriage


    To be a separated or divorced Christian is to be an anomaly, a scandal. No one knows what box to put you in or what to do with you, and this no man’s land-pun intended-can be a very isolating and core-shaking place to dwell. Elisabeth Klein Corcoran knows from experience. After extensive counseling, mentoring, 12-step groups, many tears, and even more prayers, Elisabeth found her 16-year marriage ending in separation and divorce. A believer completely in love with Jesus, Elisabeth was alone, drowning in a sea of emotions, and questioning how to navigate her way through the end of her marriage. Elisabeth walks readers through the varied emotions of being newly single in this collection of vulnerable and hopeful essays, expounding on some of the most common struggles of divorce: anger, faith, guilt, loneliness, and more. What started as an article for, has turned into a calling to soothe broken hearts with stories, prayer, action steps, and Scripture readings, helping readers hold on to profound faith and reassurance in the one Love that will never die. Whether separated, newly divorced, and just considering divorce, women will find hope and comfort in these short, but dynamic readings.

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  • Broken Vows : Divorce And The Goodness Of God


    “There was never supposed to be a post-marriage period of my life,” says John Greco. He had just accepted his dream position as a church pastor when his wife announced she was divorcing him. In a few short weeks, his marriage ended and his career plans unraveled. He was hurt, angry, and felt abandoned by God.

    Marriage is supposed to be for life, but divorce still happens. How can a Christian reconcile the reality of divorce with the biblical view of marriage? How can the wronged spouse forgive? And how can God still be good when bad things happen?

    In Broken Vows: Divorce and the Goodness of God, Greco doesn’t offer pat answers. In the initial aftermath, he says one must simply grieve. “There is a period after a devastating loss when a soul is unable to take in words of healing,” he says. “These are the moments, not to look for answers or try to find any sort of good in the situation, but to pour yourself out to Jesus.”

    Broken Vows combines Greco’s personal story with a biblical view of suffering. He provides pastoral help for those who have experienced divorce and gives all Christians a way to think biblically about this difficult subject.

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  • How To Separate And Divorce As A Christian


    “Dr. Fredrika is a powerful, authentic, and sincere author who truly cares about making a difference in the lives of her readers. How to Separate and Divorce as a Christian is an invaluable resource which will help anyone who finds themselves in the challenging transition process of ending a covenant relationship. Having been through the process herself, Dr. Fredrika takes a very interactive, supportive, scripturally-based approach to helping you with all the major aspects of rebuilding your life after dissolution. The rest of your life is the best of your life, and this book helps you manifest that reality.”-Delatorro McNeal, best selling author of Caught Between a Dream and a Job.

    This book is for you if you are a Christian who:

    * Is facing separation or divorce after having tried everything to save your marriage and is in need of practical and spiritual advice to maneuver through the divorce process
    * Knew what to do during your marriage but didn’t do it and is now facing separation or divorce
    * Loves God, is well-meaning towards your spouse and yet you are contemplating whether to separate or divorce

    This book does NOT:

    * Promote or endorse divorce over the sanctity of marriage
    * Condemn Christians who are facing separation or divorce

    Now is the time to learn how to:

    * Hear from God when making decisions about you and your children’s lives
    * Let God teach you how to run your life rather than let your life run you
    * Protect you and your children
    * Arm yourself with 10 powerful spiritual weapons
    * Encourage yourself even when you make mistakes

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  • Mountaintop Experience In The Midst Of The Valley


    This book is written by a broken woman during her husband’s adultery and pending divorce. She had a choice to make to either remain angry and bitter or to depend on God to get her through the heartache. God is the only answer and He has provided her with His strength to forgive her husband. Although the divorce is still pending and outward signs appear that she remains in the valley, God has given her an overwhelming peace that He is in total control. God has taught her to live each day with Him as her focal point. She finally realizes that she does not need to know the future because God is in total control and He will carry her through anything.

    During this trial, she realizes how hardened society has become. Our current divorce rate, broken families, churches splitting, and so many hurts, are evidence of just how far we have turned away from God. However, it is NEVER too late with God. We need to examine our own hearts and turn back to God. It is time for a revival and it must start from within each of us. Despite all of the hurt in the world today, we can have total and complete faith that God will not only carry us through but He will also bring us to the mountaintop, if we let Him.

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  • Divorce Death And The Birthing New Life Of A Single Parent


    The marriage was supposed to last forever, but it didn’t! This book is for women (and men) who suddenly find themselves thrust into the role of single parenting. Just as there are labor pains in childbirth, there are labor pains in the process of single parenting. Left to raise four children ages eleven, ten, five, and four years old, Geniene shares some of her labor pains and her labor of love as a single mother. She openly discusses her early thoughts of suicide. She shares what she calls the second-worst pain a parent could experience–her oldest son sentenced to life in prison–and the peace of God that helps her to bear the never-ending pain. She also shares the story of the car accident that almost took her only daughter’s life. She boldly states why she believes that a mother cannot be both a mother and a father to a son. Geniene’s faith in God, love for her children, support from family and friends, and determination gave her the strength to push through the pain, focus on her children, and embrace her new life as a single mother. The divorce papers took her by surprise, but God is never caught off guard.

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  • What Do You Do When Your Saved Spouse Leaves You


    What Do You Do, When Your Saved Spouse Leaves; Keep on Living, Saresa Aiken says. Divorce is very devastating, painful, and shocking especially when you are saved. But God doesn’t want you to give up on Life because a man walks out on you. That man was not part of your destiny, so you go on with life; for it’s not over until God says, “Its Over!” This book is a True Testimonial that was written to help someone understand that your life is worth living beyond a divorce. Although, it’s difficult to understand how a man of God could leave his wife, and go on with his life, as though she never existed. Remember, you only have one Life, and what that life is to be, is up to you. Don’t allow anyone to have power over your life. I pray that the anointing will fall on everyone that read this book; and God will remove your burdens and destroy the yokes as he has done for me. This book will bless you. Just trust God!

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  • Sometimes God Shouts Freedom Even In Divorce


    My first reading of this book caused a cataclysmic reaction. Being a divorcee, I could relate. Being in an abusive marriage twice, I wept all over again. Having children, I could comprehend. Living a Christian life, I was elated and humbled that someone I knew could be so open, honest and share these words with me. There is a silent minority of women and men who will feel exactly as I do after reading this book once, twice or three times. Those partners looking at it from the other side will probably be annoyed, troubled, confused, and perhaps even angry. But their reasons will only be because they have been exposed to the light. Those partners seeking help, on the other hand, will cherish the knowledge, the transparency and vulnerability of the situation, and grow from it.

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  • From Pain To Power


    This book is the author’s testimony on how God delivered her through the pain and devastation of divorce. This book will help those who have suffered any source of pain or loss and will facilitate and catapult you into wholeness.

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  • Covenant Divorce Recovery (Teacher’s Guide)


    The Covenant Divorce Recovery Leader’s Handbook and accompanying workbook for students are viable tools that help Christians going through the turmoil of divorce. The curriculum treats divorce like a death without a funeral that forces a person to come to grips with the denial, anger and guilt that modern divorce dishes out. We also take a hard look at Old Testament and New Testament divorce and attempt to develop a theology that focuses on the forgiveness of sin. The book is an epiphany for many and a valuable tool in righting one’s relationships with God and others.

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  • Divorce And Remarriage


    Product Description
    Dr. Joseph A. Webb, Patricia Lane Webb, Joseph is an ordained minister, evangelist, author, counselor and pastor-teacher. He continues to preach and teach seminars across the USA and the World in person and through his extensive library of media teaching. His ministry experience and heartfelt interest in the church’s response to marriage and family crisis is the driving force behind the ministry. Joseph and Patricia know well the heartache in the loss of a loved one by death and separation. Both have been happily married and widowed. Married to each other late in life both families had been active in ministry and found themselves searching for Gods plan within the heartache. As a result life brought about all new situations, adjustments and yes– problems. These circumstances have required a new focus and time to reflect. Their ministry and literature is influenced by their own personal experiences. “I have been pleased to receive and review your manuscript on Divorce and Remarriage- The Trojan Horse Within the Church. The readers cannot help but be impressed with the scholarly research that you have done on this subject…for those who sincerely want the truth, your book will be a valuable resource.” -Bill Gothard

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  • Divorce And Remarriage In The Church


    Will God allow me to divorce my abusive husband?

    Would it be a sin if I remarried?

    Divorce and remarriage are major pastoral issues facing every church. Yet when we turn to Scripture for guidance, we often hear conflicting messages about its teachings.

    David Instone-Brewer shows how, when properly understood, the New Testament provides faithful, realistic and wise guidance of crucial importance and practical help for the church today.

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  • Divorce Care : Hope Help And Healing During And After Your Divorce


    Divorce. More than half of all marriages end in this painful way-even among church-goers; chances are, you or someone you know has been through it. That’s why Steve Grissom founded DivorceCare(R) and has now partnered with Kathy Leonard to write DivorceCare. This 365-day devotional offers help and healing, focusing on thirteen core issues people going through divorce must face. Dozens of today’s most-respected and well-known Christian leaders and psychologists-including Kay Arthur, Dr. Tim Clinton, Dr. David Seamonds, Dr. H. Norman Wright, Dr. Tony Evans-have contributed writings, making this a thoughtful, Christ-centered volume. Complete with insight and personal testimonies from those who have found healing in the midst of their pain, this book is an encouraging gift for anyone struggling with divorce, no matter what stage they may currently be going through.

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  • New Life After Divorce


    It’s the End of Your Marriage Not Your Life.

    Few experiences bring more pain than divorce. Like the death of a loved one, divorce plunges us into grief and loneliness, heartache and depression. Perhaps worst of all, divorce makes us believe that all that is meaningful and joyful has come to an end. Do not believe it.

    Better Days Are Just Ahead.

    You already know that divorce is one of the greatest challenges you will ever face. Yet it also can trigger tremendous growth in several key areas, including your relationships, the way you see yourself, and how you live out your faith. No one is calling divorce a blessing. But it is something that you will live through and that can help to powerfully transform you into the person God has created you to be.

    Whether you are in the earliest stages of divorce, are newly single again, are processing an earlier divorce, or know someone whose marriage is ending, New Life After Divorce offers encouragement and hope that this new life will be a good life and the promise that healing, strength, purpose, and joy are around the corner

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  • And Marries Another


    Once divorced, forever barred from church leadership—sometimes even from full fellowship. Isn’t that what the plain sense of Scripture teaches? No, says Keener. In this compassionate and carefully documented study, he first explores how the early Christians would have understood the statements of Jesus and Paul on divorce and remarriage. Keener then builds a soundly scriptural view of divorce and remarriage—a view that reminds the church that all of its members are forgiven people.

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  • Divorce And Remarriage


    When it comes to divorce and remarriage, everyone appeals to Scripture—but no one agrees on what it says. In this book, four Christian thinkers (J. Carl Laney, William Heth, Thomas Edgar, and Larry Richards) debate the more perplexing points. Each essayist presents his own view and critiques the others. Case studies apply theories to real-life situations.

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  • Fresh Start Divorce Recovery Workbook (Workbook)


    Part 1: Coming Unglued
    1. Hitting The Slope: The Stages Of Divorce Recovery
    2. Can This Marriage Be Saved?: The Separation/Reconciliation Struggle
    3. You Can Book It: Biblical Insights About Divorce
    4. There Oughtta Be A Law: Dealing With The Legal Issues
    Part 2: Picking Up The Pieces
    5. Single Again: Reentry Into The Single Life
    6. Show Me The Money: Dealing With Your Finances
    7. What’s That You Say?: Communication And Conflict
    8. Everything You Always Wanted To Know About … : Sexuality For The Single Again
    9. Pardon Me: Working Through Bitterness And Learning To Forgive
    Part 3: Other Issues
    10. Kids In The Middle: Helping Children Of Divorce
    11. You’ll Never Walk Alone: Support Groups For The Separated And The Divorced
    Article 1: Developing A Positive Self-Image
    Article 2: Handling The Holidays
    Article 3: There’s No Such Thing As An Ex-Grandparent
    Article 4: Divorce And The Church
    Appendix A. Action Points
    Appendix B. Test-Retest Adjective Checklist
    Appendix C. Marriage And Divorce Position Paper

    292 Pages

    Additional Info
    Based on the authors’ personal experiences as well as the experiences of thousands who have benefited from the acclaimed Fresh Start Seminars, The Fresh Start Divorce Recovery Workbook is a total recovery program for anyone who faces a divorce or separation. Offering a Christian perspective, Bob Burns and Tom Whiteman discuss the typical stages of a divorce-on a physical, emotional, and spiritual level. The Bible-based insights included in this revised and updated edition will give you the practical tools you need to recover from the trauma of divorce and complete the journey toward wholeness after the painful breakup of a marriage. Questions, self-tests, exercises, and practical information will enable you to:

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  • Children Of Divorce


    15 Chapteres

    Additional Info
    The adults who love them want to know, “How can I help?” Based on research and interviews with single parents and children, Children of Divorce provides a sympathetic, insightful answer to their question. It shows:

    *How to tell your child about divorce
    *How children respond to divorce according to their age
    *How to help children grow spiritually
    *How parents, grandparents, church workers, and teachers can help children of divorce

    This realistic yet compassionate book tells the truth about divorce–how it forever changes the lives of those it touches. It speaks candidly about how children respond to divorce and the changes it imposes on their lives. But Children of Divorce also tells the truth about how Christianity in action can make a difference.

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  • Complete Divorce Recovery Handbook


    Anyone going through a divorce will tell you it’s a crazy time. Feelings run rampant. Stress is high. And even when the major issues are resolved, some adjustments will take years. The Complete Divorce Recovery Handbook is designed to take you from the complete moments of shock and grief to the process of inner healing and wholeness. Field-tested by hundreds of divorced people, it details a recovery program suitable for both small-group discussions and individual use, covering issues like: – Coping with roller-coaster feelings – Learning how to forgive – Dealing with your ex and your children – Dating after divorce – A biblical perspective on divorce and remarriage – Building healthy relationships — You can be a whole person again. You can recover from the crazy time — with the help you’ll find in The Complete Divorce Recovery Handbook.

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  • Marriage Divorce And Remarriage In The Bible


    19 Chapters

    Additional Info
    The book succeeds at being exactly what the author wanted it to be: “a comprehensive, lucid, accurate study presented in a readable and practical style” It is a valuable resource for the pastor, the counselor, and the church leader, as well as other individuals who are struggling to understand and apply scriptural principles to the problems of divorce and remarriage.

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