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"Moses, because of the hardness of your hearts, permitted you to divorce your wives, but from the beginning it was not so" (Matthew 19:8).

Divorce—the very word can carry all manner of pain, shattered trust and unwanted memories. Many know from experience that the dissolution of a marriage can have serious, lifelong repercussions. Learn when divorce is acceptable and why it should be avoided whenever possible.

  • by Darris McNeely

It's always tragic when marriages end in divorce; it's worth it to work...

  • by John LaBissoniere
Forces are at war in the world attacking marriage—which in turn threatens the survival of the family. You need to know what the battlefields are in this warfare and what God would have you to do about it!
God intended marriage to be for life. When it ends in divorce, it has painful consequences for all involved. How can you heal and help your children cope with the devastation of divorce?
What did Jesus Christ mean by His statements recorded in Matthew 5:31-32 that the sin of adultery is grounds for a believer to divorce his or her spouse?
  • by Craig Scott
God desires that you to learn to be faithful and committed. That’s how He is, how He wants you to become, and how life will be in the Kingdom of God. You become that way by practicing it in your life today.
  • by Darris McNeely

Divorce rates are down. That's the good news. The bad news is the family is...

  • by Malcolm Murray
Many marriages today seem more like battlefields than partnerships
  • by Mitchell Moss
Just a few short years ago she was dressed in a long white dress and he in a tuxedo, confetti was flying, and everyone was cheering and celebrating the wedding. Now they're living separately and may even divorce. No one thought this could happen - least of all them.
  • by Good News
The prophet Malachi prophesied against modern societies that would exist shortly before the return of Jesus Christ. Speaking through him, God expressed his view of the modern miscarriage of marriage.
  • by David Lessard
One man’s heartbreaking story shows just how much each of us need God.
  • by Amanda Stiver
A popular theory holds that "good divorces" - where separated couples remain on relatively good terms - are harmless to children and parents. But a recent study shows this idea has no basis in reality.
  • by United Church of God
Is it possible to successfully raise godly children even as a single parent?
  • by United Church of God
Because so many marriages—particularly in modern Western countries—end in failure, couples trying to live godly lives and make their relationships last will look for ways to protect and preserve their marriages.