New Life Live: December 7, 2015


Topics: Aging Parents, Grief, Divorce, Marriage, Church Life, Parenting
Hosts: Dr. Jill Hubbard, Milan Yerkovich

Caller Questions:

  1. How do I help my 84yo mom with her difficult friend?
  2. I never grieved my divorce from my apostate husband; how do I get unstuck?
  3. Is it wrong for a husband and a wife to attend different churches?
  4. I am divorced; what steps can I take to bridge the relationship with my teen children?

Suggested Resources:
How to Have that Difficult Conversation
Changes That Heal

This is the Every Man’s Battle testimony Milan read on the radio today:

When I came to the workshop I was very anxious about confronting my problems and discussing them with strangers.  But right from the start our group leader me to feel accepted and loved.  I soon realized that I was not alone and that I had brothers in this battle to help me.  This weekend has exceeded any expectations and has transformed me to my core.  I feel truly blessed to have come to this workshop.  God truly showed up in a powerful way and I will never be the same.  While this is just the start of the journey to reconciliation with my spouse, I am encouraged and hopeful. – Jon

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  1. carol nicholas says:

    I can relate to Scott who has called in about his relationship with his teenage children being negatively affected by his divorce. I am experiencing a similar situation with 2 adult sons and have been living with a 9 plus year estrangement. One thing that has helped me is to keep a journal as Jill suggested and date the entries. If we are ever reunited or if they read this after I am gone, my hope is that they will know I loved them and thought of them everyday. I also pray constantly and send them love in my morning meditation. Although they have asked for no contact from me, I feel that my gift of love each morning is received and not blocked. I will pray for you Scott and for God’s healing in your family.

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