Health & Recovery
On this page one can find links and info on Biblically based support groups as well as individual organizations.
James 5:15-16And the prayer offered in faith will restore the one who is sick. The Lord will raise him up. If he has sinned, he will be forgiven. 16Therefore confess
your sins to each other and pray for each other so that you may be healed. The prayer of a righteous man has great power to prevail.
Yes! Every broken marriage has the hope of being healed!
Couples who choose to reconcile after repeated conflicts, separation, or even divorce face a unique set of challenges. Unresolved arguments, betrayed trust, and stunted intimacy often hinder true healing while temptations to toss in the towel repeatedly resurface. Instead of calling it quits, Marriage on the Mend equips readers with innovative and tangible tools that were developed during the first five years of the authors’ own reconciled marriage. While the world
dangles divorce over couples as a viable option, Marriage on the Mend offers practical ideas and biblically-based strategies to nurture the complete restoration of your relationship against any odds.
Coping With Death and Grief
Death is inevitable, yet the loss of a close friend or family member always showers us with a range of emotions. One day we might desperately try to avoid the pain, anxiety and feelings of helplessness we feel when a loved one dies. Other days, we feel like life has returned to normal—at least until we realize that our life has changed irrevocably.
Despite the gamut of emotions we feel, grieving for a loved one helps us cope and heal. The intense, heart-breaking anguish indicates that a deep connection has been severed. Without a doubt, grieving is painful. But it is also necessary.