Second Marriage: An Insider’s Guide to Hope, Healing & Love by Sharilee Swaity
Book description / June 3, 2019

Description Marriage the Second Time Around is More Complicated! Were you or your spouse married before? Do the complications sometimes feel overwhelming? Do you even secretly wonder if you might have made a mistake? You are not alone! In fact, almost one out of every three people who gets married today has been married sometime before. And we all face the same struggles: stepfamily complications, healing from the past, and not wanting to repeat our mistakes. No matter how long you have been together — whether just engaged or celebrating seven years of marriage, it’s never too late to gain a new vision of your marriage, the way it was meant to be. This book will help you: — Stop the “blame game” — Forgive your “ex”​ — Get better at conflict — Work through personality differences — Bond as a stepfamily Readers have called it “helpful,” and “encouraging.” EXCERPT About This Book My husband, Vern and I, have been married for nine years now. For the first four years, we weren’t sure if we would survive as a couple but through prayer, counselling and hard work, we can now say that we are “happily married.” To make it work,…

Book on “Divorce and remarriage”
Essays / November 28, 2012

“God created marriage to meet sexual human beings exigencies and for procreation”. This is the sentence that caught me during the reading of Divorce and Remarriage: Four Christian Views (Spectrum Multiview Book Series Spectrum Multiview Book Serie) , a religion book I read a few weeks ago. This work is very interesting both upon literary side and religious. Through four chapters, eminent christian authors explain all the aspects of marriage and divorce.   The book has been realized thanks to the contribution of J. Carl Laney, William a Heth, Thomas R. Edgar and Larry Richards. Each chapter is characterized by a topic where the four writers answer each other for trying to understand the deep meaning of marriage at the light of God’s Word. At the end, the true protagonist of this work is the Gospel, where the first sentences about marriage e divorce are retaken and commented by the authors. In the several chapters, the contributors show own point of view on delicate issues related to marriage and divorce. Through the reading of these pages only a question arises  : Is divorce admitted by Christian religion? According to Jesus’ teaching, divorce shouldn’t be possible, but one possibility is admitted…