Family and Relationships

Make Like Lazarus
A Biblical Perspective of Divorce and Remarriage

By Mark Youngkin

To say that divorce is unpleasant is a profound understatement. But for Christians, choosing to proceed with life after divorce in a way that honors God can lead to unspeakable joy, including the joy that is often found in a subsequent marriage.

Transparently sharing lessons from his own divorce and remarriage, Mark Youngkin presents strategies for proceeding from the heartbreak of a shattered marriage. Just as Jesus told Lazarus to come out of His grave, He calls each of us who has experienced divorce to return to life as well. It can be done—and doing it His way is the best way. 

Paperback: 166 pages
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Living in the Different
The Passages Through Sorrow and Loss

By Elaine J. Clinger Sturtz

Elaine Sturtz shares in Living in the Different that grief is messy, hard, painful, filled with tears and loneliness, but it also includes faith, hope and love. She walks through the journey, the emotions, the changes and hurts. Each grief is different, and grief changes our lives. We are different, and how we live and interact with others is different. The journey of grief takes different forms as we learn to live and mingle joy and sorrow together. Elaine offers hope—a hope of hope—through these passages of sorrow and loss. Hope is found in our faith in God who is love, and love never ends. As you read these words, may God bring comfort and guidance and give you hope.

Paperback: 154 pages
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