There is never a time in ministry when I am not directly or indirectly involved with at least five to ten marriages in crisis.
When the bottom falls out, people often turn to the Lord for help. Marital crisis is a primary example of this truth.
When a marriage relationship becomes deeply troubled, many realize how much they need God’s help.
Is your Church equipped for ministry to troubled marriages?
A mentor from my early days in ministry once said, “I really feel for pastors today. Times are far more complicated than when I was in ministry.”
He was speaking about marital crises in the Church.
There is nothing simple about helping troubled marriages. Approaching severely broken relationships too simplistically will usually lead to more damage.
Younger leaders going into ministry will quickly face this reality and feel inadequately equipped to address it. Rarely does a…
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