Read below about our weekly information/support communities, in the words of our participants. You can add yours at the bottom of this page.


“DRR is making a huge difference in my life. THANK YOU for leading such a healing community!”

“Wanted to say a million times thank you. I’m sure you know how many lives you touch, but I want you to know that this group has truly impacted my life in a  wonderful way. The support and friendships can’t be matched in any other part of my life and truly, I don’t know how I’d survive these first months of separation without this group. I look forward to meeting up every week and the thought of it alone is sometimes what helps me through my darkest moments. Words cannot describe how thankful I am. You’ve really helped save my life. God bless you.”

“This was the place that touched off the beginning of me changing my life. I am forever grateful.”

“Last night was very useful. It was helpful to meet others in the same stage as myself, particularly since I’ve been feeling alone and haven’t been able to meet anyone else going through the same process. We’re all hurting, and it’s nice to make connections.”

“I am going through the separation process. I have two small kids and it is becoming extremely hard to deal with everything at once. Would be very interested in attending your group sessions.”

“I want to thank you for taking the time to coordinate this group and sessions. God has put you in my path for a reason and I am thankful.”

“A good way to get to the other side of this.”

“DRR is making a huge difference in my life. Thank YOU for leading such a healing group!”

“I know this is only the first step. I know there will be small bumps in the road and large waves in the ocean, but at least I have somewhere to go for a few hours to learn and meet people like myself in situations of separation, divorce, and relationship concerns. Thank you for everything today.”

“Absolutely will come to your group. Hopefully can save my marriage. It feels so hard.”drr-b_6007_16x9“This is the best thing that happened to me this year, when I needed direction in my life, compassion for my soul and warm people to share my life. I wouldn’t have survived my divorce without this group. And I learned so much about myself, relationships and parenting. Thank you!”

“This group has been a true blessing to me during the most difficult time in my life. I have cried my heart out and laughed hysterically with these ‘safe people’ who understand all of my crazy feelings and emotions right now! I thank God every day for bringing me to this group and for all my new friends. I look forward to every meeting!”

“A place to share your burden and know that you’re not walking alone.”

“Thank you for everything you do to help people.”

“I moved to another city last month and can no longer attend. Thanks for the gentlest, kindest, and most real ways to touch our hearts. Thank you. Bless you.”

“Thank you! Even though I can not attend most of these events, I do appreciate all your emails in this community!”

“Fantastic! A supportive environment for healing.”

“I was very much moved by the stories I heard as I attended this group. I felt like maybe I wasn’t not so alone as I previously thought, a VERY comforting thought. I would love to go back and hear that these folks are finding their way out of the dark tunnel. I know it doesn’t happen overnight, but I want very much for people to know that it will turn out ok in the end.”

“If healing is your goal, then this is the place.”

“I want to thank you immensely for your work and the presentation and facilitation for today’s group meeting. It was beyond excellent.”

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“A great way to share your feelings and thoughts, and to realize that many other people are in the same situation that you are in. It helps you not feel so alone.”

“This has been an incredible help to me.”

“I’m working to truly understand my identity and self-sufficiency while grieving the loss of my 17 year relationship.”

“I admire all the groups you have formed and what you have done for others and your work ethic. Keep up the heartfelt effort.  I know many folks love you for it!”

“Thank you for taking initiative and helping people who are going through what is possibly one of the most stressful moments in their lives. I saw you are looking to expand and I would love to help anyway I can.”

“I am very grateful for this group. I have been widowed for almost six years, and this group is helping to rebuild my life! It’s great to be around folks with the energy and courage to create a ‘new normal.'”


“I have only just begun attending the support group. It is comforting that it is in a church. Somehow it gives me a sense of God’s approval. In the first Meetup I attended the speaker said that God does not like divorce but God does not want us to live in suffering. This encouraged me to stay and learn more. It is obvious that there is a lot of healing and recovery going on at the Divorce and Relationship Recovery groups and my hope is to learn all I can. Thank you.”

“I have yet to attend one of your recovery meetings – I’m well along in the process – but I know how valuable those programs are. I wish I had known of yours when I was in need. I really appreciate what you do. Thank you!”

“This group is well organized and has a strong focus and sense of purpose, while allowing a free flow of energy and exchange amongst its members. I look forward to returning! ”

“A very good group with awesome, welcoming leaders! ”

“Another informative session and such friendly people. I just want to hug them all!”

“I’m learning a lot and it is helping to ground me.”

If you have participated in our weekly groups and programs, and would like to share your thoughts with others, please submit them below. Your e-mail address is required, but will not be displayed on this page. Your name will appear as you enter it. We appreciate your comments in support of this work. For private messages to us, please use this form.

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  1. Thanks for all your help. This is one of the hardest things I have ever dealt with. When you get married you don’t think about the day your husband of 21yrs leaves you! At least I did not. I wish we could have worked things out but he was very clear about no interest in reconciliation. It would be a lot of work any how cause I realized out marriage had a lot of problems.

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