Love ’em or leave ’em?
Marriage is a fragile institution. Each day countless
couples are bombarded by selfishness, infidelity, abuse, jealousy, broken
trust, lack of loyalty, financial problems, envy, stubbornness … the list could
go on. It’s no wonder that in the United States up to half of marriages end in
Rick and Evangeline Zorehkey’s marriage was in trouble
(featured here). He had crossed some lines that should never be crossed
in a marriage relationship. Yet in response, Evangeline did something so
remarkable it transformed their lives, restored their marriage and will leave
you in awe of God’s healing power.
In this edition we also explore the words “I love you." Those three simple words have the power to change your life —
find out why.
And have you ever wondered how a person can feel lonely in
this day and age? After all, we have a plethora of communication tools and
venues to stay connected to one another. As you’ll see in one of our features,
many Americans are living lonely lives. Learn why you need family and friends
to not only survive, but thrive.
With Valentine’s Day approaching, take time to tell the
people you love that you love them. Your words might bring healing to your
marriage or let someone know they do in fact have a friend.
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