Divorce and the Goodness of God
Is God still good even when there’s a divorce? You know He is. But how?
Marriage is supposed to be for life, but divorce still happens. How can a Christian reconcile the reality of divorce with God’s good providence in his or her life? How can a wronged spouse keep from bitterness and learn how to forgive? And how can God still be good when such terrible events happen?
“John Greco does a beautiful job of making it clear that although he never wanted his marriage to end, he would never trade the intimacy he now enjoys with his heavenly Father. This book is filled with wisdom, cover to cover. It’s the overflow of a painful personal struggle that results in a life full of authenticity and hope.”
— Phil Tuttle, President and CEO of Walk Through the Bible
About the Author
John Greco is a freelance writer in the Atlanta area. In the past, he’s served in a variety of local church positions, and he’s been a staff writer for the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association and Crown Financial Ministries. He holds a Master of Divinity from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. John’s website is BlogInMyOwnEye.com.