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BCC Women’s Conference Call—Interview With Julie Ganschow

This is an audio recording of a conference call with several female leaders in the...

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Can I Seek Community Without Feeling Needy?

God said, "It is not good for [people] to be alone." We need each other....

by Mike Emlet June 3, 2014
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Is It a Sin to Be Afraid?

Is it a sin to be afraid? Ed Welch answers this question that is on...

by Ed Welch June 2, 2014
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Elyse Fitzpatrick on Grace for Parents

Elyse Fitzpatrick sat down with Knox Seminary professor and LIBERATE curator Dan Siedell to talk...

by Elyse Fitzpatrick, Dan Siedell May 21, 2014
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Practical Applications of Affirmation

Beyond Good Intentions to Joyful, Healthy Relational Patterns

by Sam Crabtree May 13, 2014
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Helping People Get Good at Affirmation

Nuances and Guardrails to Maximize Fruitfulness and Avoid Regret

by Sam Crabtree May 12, 2014
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Julie Hughes Roth commented on 10 Ways that Satan Loves to Watch Marriages Fall Apart:

Jul 20

I have a dear friend that has been going through what I think is a spiritual attack on her marriage.  She tells me that she and her husband were extremely connected, but then he admitted to using porn, yet again. (3rd time)  Now on top of that, her husband told her that he has been having overwhelming episodes of sadness and guilt over a girlfriend that died 37 years ago. (yes that’s right)  The girl had asked him if she should go back to her country and of course he said yes, you miss your father, go ahead.  She and her father were murdered shortly after she returned there.  He told her about this woman and he showed great emotion, so now she doesn’t know whether to feel bad for him or be mad because he is think about this other woman from 37 years ago.  I still think it could be a satanic attack… 37 years later… sounds suspicious to me.

Briscoe commented on 10 Ways that Satan Loves to Watch Marriages Fall Apart:

Jul 14

My marriage is falling apart and I’m out of energy to fight for it. We were married when we were 19. Now I am 22 and he is 24. We have lost any and all love for each other. We are two people who live separate lives and in the same
House. The only reason I am still here is because I know it is GODS commandment to stay with your spouse until death do you part. But I am at my whits end in misery.

Sara commented on 10 Ways that Satan Loves to Watch Marriages Fall Apart:

Jul 12

I’m exhausted & don’t know where to turn. I’ve been married for 14 years, we have 4 children. He had a 3 month aggair that ended last Sept when I caught him. There were several other one night stands with other women before that throughout the years. I have always stayed & tried to work through. This time, we started christian counseling. I have seen the marriage moving forward, but the pain of his affair is still so raw. He is trying and I have seen his changing with God in his life, but he gets tired of me not trusting, questioning, etc. Most of our arguments are about his job… The young girls who work in his office, any overnight travel is a nightmare for me, even Linkedin is a problem for me… I want to stay, but some days I am so tired of this fight. It feels impossible to rebuild after so much has been torn down.

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