• Divorce
    • Adult Children of Divorce, Burns & Brissett
    • Growing Through Divorce, Jim Smoke
      A compassionate and supportive book that can help many single–again people. Drawing on this experience, Jim offers men and women the practical, step–by–step help they need to survive the turmoil of divorce and come out healthy and secure.
    • The Unexpected Legacy of Divorce: The 25 Year Landmark Study, Judith S. Wallerstein, Julia M. Lewis and Sandra Blakeslee
      An important longitudinal study of the impact of divorce.
    • Marriage, Divorce, and Remarriage, Jay Adams
      This is the book that many pastors, counselors, and theologians consider to be the most biblical and the most helpful on the issue of marriage and divorce. If the church is going to use the Bible to decide whether divorce is legitimate in certain cases and whether divorced people have the right to remarry with the approval and blessing of God's people, then the Bible must be studied without prejudice toward a particular answer.
    • What about Divorce? Spiros Zhodiates
      Christian book. An exegesis of Matt. 5:27-32 19:2-12; Mark 10:2-12; Luke 16:18; Romans 7:1-3 and other scriptures. Some of the topics in this book are: Marriage in Christianity; How to avoid desiring another wife or husband; When is the relationship really broken; and the life of abstinence - for whom?
    • DivorceCare (a ministry of XCF) - DivorceCare is a 12-week discussion/video group covering the different aspects of divorce. This is a time to reflect on reasons for the divorce, and to consider a biblical perspective for building a new life in the Christian community. Sharing about the difficulties of divorce with others who are going through the same thing brings resolution and hope for the future. Contact Phil Franck at
  • Children
    • Helping Children Survive Divorce, Archibald Hart
      This book can help you build a healthier post-divorce life for your children. Divorce does not have to plague children all their lives. There is so much that divorcing parents can do to prevent damage to their children, and preserve them for a rich and meaningful life.
    • Difficult questions kids ask and are afraid to ask about divorce, Meg Schneider & Joan Zuckerberg
      In a question-and-answer dialogue format, the authors tackle the concerns hidden behind what kids say and provide suggestions for dealing with those problems, whether they are feelings of blame, desertion, or a child's hopes for reconciliation.
    • Helping Children of Divorce, Judson Swihart & Steven Brigham
      A very helpful little book guiding a parent through divorce, telling the children, seeing the divorce through the eyes of children, plus many other useful helps.
  • Infidelity 
    • After the Affair, Janis & Michael Spring
      Explains how to survive infidelity, offering a series of original and proven strategies that enable both partners to identify their part in the affair.
  • Separation 
    • Hope for the Separated, Gary Chapman
      This author shows you that by following the proven advice of God’s Word you can achieve reconciliation with your mate.
    • Uncoupling, Diane Vaughan
      Vaughan's examination of the breakup of relationships from a sociological and psychological perspective identifies the key steps in uncoupling from both partners' points of view. This schema is supported by 103 in-depth interviews and solid documentation from the professional literature. This work is also helpful to those in the early stages of uncoupling to identify what is happening, enabling them to take the steps necessary to avoid the ultimate breakdown.”