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... . Sadly, few clergy preach this sermon. No wonder Barna Polls reveal the divorce rate of active Christians is about the same as the unchurched. In fact ...
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... have one foot on a banana peel, and another on the steps of a divorce court. Few get help. The best answer I've found is Marriage 911 ...
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... least 60 percent of those remarriages will fail. If America is to cut the divorce rate, we must learn how to help these families avoid a second or ...
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... , soaring out-of-wedlock births and single parenthood, persistent poverty of children and sky high divorce rates. Many people believe these are immutable trends that government cannot impact. ...
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... Marriage is disintegrating in Great Britain, as it is in America. While British divorces soared six-fold from 26,000 in 1961 to 171,000 in 1997 ...
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