My Church Offered Me a “Divorce Minister”!

Hello, I’m a Catholic, and I have gone to my church looking for help and I have even gone to some ministers asking for help and the last time I went, they offered me a “divorce minister” I didn’t even know that there were such things. I have never heard of a “divorce minister.”

Most recently I’ve been attending a Mormon church. Though I’m Christian, I have never had a personal relationship with the Lord. I never knew I could have such a thing. Since my husband told me that he wanted out I started looking for that personal relationship with my Lord and now in my most difficult times is when I started to have that personal relationship in which I can really and honestly feel like I am saved.
I’m “letting go” of attending church and becoming His church and am committed to keeping my relationship with the Lord as my main focus and goal and am encouraging others to do the same.

I’ve overcome the belief that if I wanted to accomplish something I have to do it on my own. I looked for help (human help) counseling, and I tried programs that promised to keep my husband home. I tried everything and anything that I could find. Then I did an internet search and I came a cross this program and God really started talking to me telling me that all that I need is Him, that I can stop looking for help because He is my help, He is the only thing that I need to keep going.

~ Jody in Delaware 

If you want to have blessings happen in your life like Jody, begin to PRAISE Him! Become an Encouraging Woman. Don’t just read praise, share praise! Submit a Praise Report today. Give what you have and you’ll receive more.

Luke 6:38 “Give [Praise], and it will be given to you. They will pour into your lap a good measure—pressed down, shaken together, and running over. For by your standard of measure it will be measured to you in return.”

Proverbs 11:24–25 “There is one who scatters [Praise], and yet increases all the more, and there is one who withholds [Praise] that is justly due [Him], and yet it results only in want. The generous man will be prosperous, and he who waters will himself be watered.”