Friday, June 22, 2012

Healing after adultery

Couple shares testimony of hope

This story by CCN writer Deborah Gyapong tells of a marriage recovering from the adultery of one partner. Healing can be possible, even if the affair results in a pregnancy and the baby's biological father is of a different race.

Audrey and Bob Meisner, co-hosts of the Winnipeg-based Christian program "It's a New Day," told a conference at Saint Paul University recently the public fall from grace was difficult and painful, but God not only healed their marriage but also gave them a deeper experience of Christ's love.

"Today is your day of breakthrough," he told the multi-racial gathering of more than 50 couples from evangelical, Catholic, French, and English backgrounds at Covenant Marriage Conference sponsored by Denver-based Family Foundations International June 7-9. "Today is your tipping point. God desires to fix the things in your life that seem unfixable."

For full story see The B.C. Catholic website.

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