(Marriage) Crossroads

broken wedding rings

I think with the high percentage of marriages that end up in divorce courts, including my own, we should all be very interested in how to avoid taking the wrong fork in the road when we encounter it.  And, even more important, knowing how to recognize it ahead of time.

Our story starts where we were broken – divorced after 23 years with no real idea on what went wrong.
We learned over the next couple years how to unravel the twisted memories and broken vows of our marriage.   Then we tackled the process of rebuilding on a solid foundation based on God’s guidance.
We learned from others who have been caught up in the dangerous curves of these marriage and relationship crossroads as well as those who have managed to take the right turns. – These are invaluable lessons to share – hope, despair, awareness, encouragement and inspiration.

How about your story?
(Matthew 19:4-6 ESV,)He answered, “Have you not read that he who created them from the beginning made them male and female, and said, ‘Therefore a man shall leave his father and his mother and hold fast to his wife, and the two shall become one flesh’? So they are no longer two but one flesh. What therefore God has joined together, let not man separate.”


4 Responses to (Marriage) Crossroads

  1. Jessica Adriel-Gaffney says:

    I am definitely interested in your development of this idea/ and its future

  2. Karen Bernhardt says:

    Hi I just today was trying to look at a 12 step program for recovering marriages and like you found none. So yes I believe it is well worth trying and developing.

    • thank you Karen,
      We are working the steps to the best of our ability… and they are working!!
      Let me know if you find them helpful and any thoughts, experiences and suggestions too!
      God bless you and your marriage also.

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