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Peace after Divorce Support Groups are Designed to Help You Cope with Divorce and Find Peace and Joy in Life after Divorce

Start a Support Group with Peace After Divorce Workshops. Click Here >
Start Your Personal Healing with Peace After Divorce Workshops. Click Here >

Whether you need divorce recovery support yourself or want to start a grace-filled divorce support group at your church we can help.

When the devastation of divorce breaks your heart it can be hard to know what to do and where to turn. Coping with divorce is hard.  You don’t have to figure it out by yourself.  The Peace after Divorce Workshop offers support to help you move past the pain and on to a more joyful life after divorce. You can also visit our blog for helpful articles and download our free publication, 5 Keys to Healing from Divorce. If you need healing yourself, please visit our Start Healing page.  If you want to start a divorce ministry at your church, please visit our Start a Group page.

The Peace after Divorce Workshop, a divorce support group and divorce recovery ministry, walks you through a daily grace-filled journey of healing and hope.  You can learn more about this life-changing divorce recovery ministry by clicking the appropriate link below.

Want to Start a Christian Divorce Support Group at Your Church?  Learn More

Need Help Yourself?  Find a Group Near You

Need Help Yourself but Prefer Home Study?  Join the Online Workshop

 

Don’t Miss Our Blog…

The After Divorce Ministries, LLC blog written by our founder, Renee Smith Ettline has been named one of the Top Ten Christian Divorce Blogs.  Visit the blog below or use the menu above to find the archives under the “Articles” tab.

 

Our Latest Blog Post

Divorced People are Subpar Christians

Divorced People are Subpar Christians

4 Myths about Divorce that Can Hurt Your Church – Part 3 of 4 in the Series

For David it was subtle. People at his church didn’t come right out and say it, but he could feel the difference and see it in their eyes. They were more aloof. Because of his divorce he felt treated differently. He already felt like a failure so this undercurrent in his relationship with people at church was a reaffirmation that he was now stigmatized. He was perceived as a lower level Christian.

For Sarah it was much more direct. The words stabbed at her heart. […]

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