Moving forward: a devotional guide for finding hope and peace in the midst of divorce

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Hendrickson, Apr 1, 2000 - Family & Relationships - 245 pages
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Jim Smoke, a pioneer in the divorce recovery field for more than twenty years, draws from his years of counseling experience to offer devotions that explore, in a positive and compassionate way, the issues confronting those who experience divorce. With encouragement and understanding, "Moving Forward" addresses feelings of loneliness, insecurity, and anxiety while providing sound insight on forgiveness, children, remarriage, and much more. This book will be in demand as a result of the Divorce Recovery infomercial that Jim will be airing during the year 2000.

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A tremedous source of encouragement

User Review  - Virginia Zeffer -

I bought this book for a friend who is recently divorced. It was exactly what they needed to read and help them through their journey at this time. I wish I had something like this to read when I when first divorced. Very relevant, easy to read, easy to relate to. Read full review


User Review  - Becky -

Great for those who have been through or is going through a divorce Read full review

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Smoke is the founder of the Center for Divorce Recovery in Tempe, Arizona and currentlys serves as adjunct professor at Fuller Seminary in Pasadena, California.

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