• Personal Healing
• Small Groups
With nearly 50% of all first-time marriages now ending in divorce, the Church is seeing more people in pain from broken relationships and families than ever before. How do we reach out to the hurting and help assist them in a Christ-centered way? With the divorce rate for second marriages even higher—how do we help ‘divorce proof’ new relationships?
Anger, fear, loneliness, confusion, and grief are just a few of the many emotional storms that come with divorce. Hard decisions with children, friends, family, money and ‘who gets what’ only make the road more painful, not to mention the battle with forgiveness and the uncertain road ahead. What’s sad is that most who walk this difficult path go through it with little or no guidance or emotional and spiritual help… until now.
Life After Divorce
In Psalm 34:17, the Bible says, “The Lord is nigh unto those who are of a broken heart.” My prayer is that God will use this program to bless many hearts and help bring a healing resource to the Church.
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Tim Clinton, Ed.D., LPC, LMFT, BCPCC
|Order Deadline: July 14, 2013|
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|Tim Clinton, Ed.D., LPC, LMFT, is president of the nearly 50,000-member American Association of Christian Counselors and is Professor of Counseling and Executive Director of the Liberty University Center for Counseling and Family Studies. He is a popular speaker and author of several best-selling books.|
|Jennifer Cisney Ellers, M.A., is director of Professional Relations for the American Association of Christian Counselors. She has worked in the field of Christian counseling since 1994, specializing in issues of grief, crisis, and trauma. Jennifer currently serves as Coordinator for AACC’s National Crisis Response Team and is a Trained Trainer through the International Critical Incident Stress Foundation.|
|Archibald Hart, Ph.D., is well-known for his ministry to churches through psychological training, education, and consultation. A former dean of the School of Psychology at Fuller Theological Seminary, he is board certified in psychopharmacology and was honored by the American Association of Christian Counselors with their “Caregivers Award” in 1997.|
|Georgia Shaffer, M.A., is an author, licensed psychologist, certified life coach, and professional speaker. She is the author of the award-winning book, A Gift of Mourning Glories: Restoring Your Life after Loss, and the producer of the syndicated radio feature, The Mourning Glory Minute. Georgia is also the founder and executive director of Mourning Glory Ministries.|
|David Stoop, Ph.D., is a licensed clinical psychologist and co-founder of The Center for Family Therapy in Newport Beach, California. David, along with his wife, Jan, have authored more than 25 books, including Just Us: Finding Intimacy with God and Each Other, When Couples Pray Together: Creating Intimacy and Spiritual Wholeness, and Better Than Ever: 7 Secrets to a Great Marriage.|
|Tom Whiteman, Ph.D., is a licensed psychologist and the founder and president of Life Counseling Services in Paoli, Pennsylvania. He is the author of Innocent Victims: Helping Children Cope Through the Trauma of Divorce and the co-author of Your Marriage and the Internet and The Marriage Mender: A Couple’s Guide for Staying Together.|