Just as the MeToo movement has helped the healing of sexually abused victims by sharing their stories, you may find healing in being able to tell your Spiritual Abuse story.
By sharing our stories, we can bring to light the Pharisaical attitudes too many churches practice against its divorced parishioners. Let's raise our voices as we seek to spare others the pain the church has inflicted upon us.
On the other hand, perhaps your's is a grace-filled church, a good model for embracing divorced people with love and acceptance. Let's hear your stories too. My purpose is to not to destroy the church, but to seek to heal it as it learns to aid in healing the divorced.
I urge you to join me in advocating for grace and healing of divorced people within the church by sharing your stories here.
I am a writer of the up-coming memoir, God, the Devil, and Divorce, and I want to help you tell your own story. Message me at https://www.facebook.com/LindaMooreKurthWriter.
I advocate for healing of divorced people within the church by gathering stories of Christians who chose divorce because of abuse, and the response of their churches to that decision. (I'm interested in both helpful and hurtful experiences.) I also include those who have divorced because of their spouse's infidelity but have nevertheless been blamed by their church for the divorce.
If you’re interested in having your voice heard by contributing your divorce story in relationship to the church, please email me at LindaMKurthBlog@gmail.com for guidelines. I’ll be happy to help you share your story.
Know that I encourage respectful comments, keeping the blog a safe place to dialog about this subject.
Linda M. Kurth is a writer and a divorced and remarried Christian. In going through the divorce, she experienced a dichotomy of responses from the Christian community. After sharing some of those experiences in her upcoming memoir, God, the Devil, and Divorce, she's heard many stories of divorced Christians who have struggled with the same issue. This blog invites divorced Christians to tell their stories with the goal of encouraging churches to resist condemnation and become a source of healing and grace.