In My Father’s Eyes

Wayne Stocks —  In Theology January 4, 2012

We spent the last couple of weeks, recapping some of the best articles from 2011 to allow us time to focus on our families at Christmas and New Years.  Our original plan was to be back today with brand new content, but there was one series from last year that we still wanted to highlight!  We hope you had a great Christmas and New Year, and we will be back on Monday with brand new content.

From the very beginning of Divorce Ministry 4 Kids, we made it known that our worldview is based on the Bible.  For us, it was important to have a fairly comprehensive look at what the Bible has to say about caring for children of divorce.  You might be interested to see what we found out in this series:

Thank you for educating all of us on how to minister to children of divorce. The more we can bring them to healing and the more we can extend the arms of Jesus to them at a young age, the more we can help them have a healthier future as an adult and impact families to come.
There are millions of ADULT children of divorce who did not benefit from a ministry such as yours, which is why I developed “Chained No More”, a powerful curriculum for the ADULT children of divorce. God is the Healer and our goals are the same; to lead them toward Him and give Him all the glory.