When the Vow Breaks
Divorce in the Christian home. Contrary as it is to God's ideal, and hard as it is for many Christians to accept, it is a harsh, painful reality. What can you do as a Christian when facing your own divorce?...
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Divorce in the Christian home. Contrary as it is to God's ideal, and hard as it is for many Christians to accept, it is a harsh, painful reality. What can you do as a Christian when facing your own divorce? Or how can you help someone else who's going through one? When the Vow Breaks is a valuable resource, written by a Christian who has lived through an unwanted divorce himself. In this sensitive yet extremely comprehensive guide-revised and updated after many years of ministering hope to thousands-attorney Joseph Warren Kniskern describes the emotional aspects of his own failed marriage, while also providing a thorough study of what the Bible says about marriage, divorce, and remarriage. More importantly, he shows how God can and does continue to work in people's lives, even in the aftermath of divorce.
Now an official resource of the nationwide DivorceCare ministry, this new edition of When the Vow Breaks offers practical advice to Christians regarding the top five felt needs and issues that result from facing divorce: kids, finances, anger, depression, and loneliness.
In this sensitive and thorough guide, author/attorney Joseph Warren Kniskern recounts the emotions of his own failed marriage and shares a comprehensive study on what the Bible says about marriage and divorce. More important, he shows how God continues to work in people’s lives to provide hope and encouragement in the aftermath of divorce. Kniskern also provides important insights about how to seek reconciliation, secure proper marriage counseling, find a good attorney, and negotiate settlements and custody issues.
Joseph Warren Kniskern is an attorney with more than thirty years of experience. He bases his approach to legal issues solidly on Scripture, is affiliated with the Christian Legal Society, and was cited in "Who's Who in American Law," Kniskern resides with his wife, Cheryl, and son by remarriage, Chase, in Raleigh, North Carolina. A