New Life Live: May 7, 2014

Topics: Difficult ConversationBoundariesIntimacyAdult ChildrenRestoration
Hosts: Steve ArterburnDr. Sheri KefferMilan Yerkovich

Caller Questions:

  1. How do I confront my son-in-law after learning he is a registered sex offender? 
  2. If we don’t set boundaries, does God walk away from us? 
  3. I am a pastor with a paraplegic wife; how do I keep from going insane without sex? 
  4. Now that I am married again; should I restore the relationship with my kids in my first marriage? 

Suggested Resources:
Every Man’s Battle
How We Love Our Kids
Spiritual Renewal Study Bible
Healing Is a Choice

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  1. Sherry May 7, 2014 at 1:05 pm - Reply

    I felt so connected to today’s topic. The last caller confessed on air about his affair which lead to him divorceing his wife and leaving his children behind and marrying the woman he had the affair with. What I wanted to know was he still with the woman he had the affair with. I am currently in the same situation with my marriage. My husband had or is still having an affair. I love him and is fighting for my marriage, and he does not want to go to counseling. What else can I do?

  2. ann May 7, 2014 at 1:13 pm - Reply

    Sherry, I am so sorry you are going through this with your husband. You must have your reasons for still being there for him, maybe once he decides to stop cheating on you or having affairs he’ll come to his senses, I think right now he’s enjoying himself so just keep waiting, loving, and praying for him, I’m sure he’ll decide to go to counseling with you eventually. I will be praying for you too.

  3. bj May 7, 2014 at 4:57 pm - Reply

    I agree with Sheri, and Milan and sit with them and apologize…my 12 year old daughter and I would have been able to move on so much better knowing that he realized he did wrong and was repentant…knowing the power of the ministry of reconciliation even if the family isn’t restored, but the people aren’t so easily thrown aside…heals the wounds that are cut to the quick of a persons inner soul…love Chip if he goes and does the right thing for his family….In our blended family our best saying is “I’m sorry, I was wrong, will you please forgive me?

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