Precious few seem alarmed by the amount of pain and anger that has emerged over the last thirty years in the hearts of adult children of divorce. In the United States alone, one out of every four adults under the age of forty comes from a broken family. No matter what was said by our parents about love and commitment in marriage, what many of them modeled was an unwillingness to forgive-not so much the sins of infidelity, violence, and drug use, but more common faults like neglect and lovelessness.
Shannon Geiger serves as a counselor at Park Cities Presbyterian Church and alongside her husband, Josh, in a PCA church plant serving the Hispanic community of Dallas.
Issue: "Forgiven, Forgiving" March/April 2004 Vol. 13 No. 2 Page number(s): 28-29
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