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Linda Moore Kurth was shocked when her Christian counselor declared, “If you divorce your husband, Satan will win!” Wrestling with the prospect of leaving her husband of twenty-five years, Linda was caught between the conservative Christian view of divorce and what she believed God was telling her. Her memoir touches on both faith issues and marital abuse, issues too many Christian women have faced in the past are still impacted by today.
“Kurth writes honestly about how her faith supported her as well as the challenges she faced when the choices she made conflicted with some of her fellow Christian’s mores.”
-William Kenower, author of Fearless Writing: How to Create Boldly and Write with Confidence
“This is an engaging book about the struggle of knowing when to fight, and when to give up and make a new life for oneself.”
-Susy Flory, New York Times bestselling author
Linda M. Kurth is a writer and a divorced and remarried Christian living with her husband in the home of their hearts in Washington’s Skagit Valley. She writes for both children and adults. Her divorce experience prompted her to create her blog, “Help and Healing for Divorced Christians,” where she gives helpful advice and encourages churches to fully embrace divorced people, especially women.
Ann Bodle-Nash is a writer of fiction and non-fiction and a radio journalist for KSVR FM Community Radio, in Mt Vernon, Washington. She is a member of the Skagit Valley Writers League, and her work is represented in various publications including Dun Magazine, The Barn Book, and Tales for a Lazy Afternoon. She lives in Bow, Washington with her husband, and is currently working on a memoir relating to Aphasia, a communication disability, within her family.