To watch this interview of Linda about her new memoir with Anne Bodle-Nash for Village Books in Bellingham, Washington, click the image.
Linda was also interviewed for the Podcast "Fit for Joy". Click below to see a short visual of that interview with Valeria Teles.
You can hear the full interview on the About Linda page.
Share Your Story on Linda's Blog
"Linda provided a path for my redemption from an abusive marriage. Her blog allowed me to capture my personal experiences I had in the relationship and with the church from whom I sought support. Writing those experiences made me realize that it was still effecting my life, 45 years later, and I was using blame and shame to cover the deep wounds of abuse and betrayal. Because of Linda's encouragement and support, I was able to let go and receive unmerited favor, healing, and love of God." ECG Deep Wounds Remain
If you are interested in sharing your divorce and the response of other Christians, email Linda at Linda@LindaMKurth.com for guidelines.
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for a More Joyful Life after Divorce.
If you’ve recently been divorced, you may be in a world of hurt. Finding joy may seem impossible. In addition, you’ve most likely been affected in some way by the current pandemic. How can you possibly find joy in all of this?
Webster’s dictionary defines Joy as "a condition or feeling of high pleasure or delight; happiness or gladness." Yet, a different kind of joy can be found … not the giddy experience of being on top of the world, but a deep knowing that we are going to be all right. Continued here