New Life Live: September 15, 2015

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Topics: Prison Ministry, Siblings, Drug Addicts, Separation, Intimacy, Procrastination
Hosts: Steve Arterburn, Dr. Dave Stoop

Caller Questions:

  1. I have been using your Life Recovery Bible for 3yrs in my prison ministry!
  2. How can I respond to my two sisters who think I am selfish for not marrying?
  3. My drug addict husband crossed the line and we separated; what is my next step?
  4. Is it possible my husband never loved me in 32yrs of marriage?
  5. How can I deal with my husband’s procrastination?

Suggested Resources:
Twelve Gifts of Life Recovery
Twelve Laws of Life Recovery
Life Recovery Bible
7 Minute Marriage Solution
Rethink How You Think

This is the Marriage Solution Workshop testimony that was read on the radio today:

We have been married for 26 years with 6 kids. I was going to file and this was going to be the last resort. I thought it was a perfect time after receiving a little inheritance (so money wasn’t stopping me.) I thought this workshop would help me to decide. I realize now that I was pushing my husband in the basement and keeping him from being with me. We really want the same thing to be close and to be loved.

We now have the tools and I have hope. I am from a background where my mom was married 4 times. This weekend helped me not to just give up, but to learn to communicate. I am leaving this weekend with hope and clear direction. This workshop has been so worth the money, and the 9 hour drive!  – Kelly

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Comments

  1. Steven D. Gossum says:

    The Bible is the stick of Judah. The Book of Mormon is for Joseph, the stick of Ephraim. EZEKIEL 37:15-20

  2. I just loved the call from Bev. I was married from age 23 to 38-no kids. I am 58, and like her I have learned to live with myself and am very content. I am not even looking for someone. I think her sisters are selfish for imposing their old fashion traditional role ideas onto her. I think it’s great that Bev has the wisdom to be happy with herself, and not desperate as so many are. Power to you Bev! I think your sisters are jealous.

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