We’re so glad you found our website. Whether you’re visiting us from another part of the world, or from right here in the Huntersville, North Carolina area — welcome!

We’re so glad you found our website. Whether you’re visiting us from another part of the world, or from right here in the Huntersville, North Carolina area — welcome!

We’re so glad you found our website. Whether you’re visiting us from another part of the world, or from right here in the Huntersville, North Carolina area — welcome!

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DivorceCare is a 13-week seminar led by a group of friendly, caring people who understand what you are going through and want to walk alongside you through one of life’s most difficult experiences.

Here is what some former class members have said about their experience:

"DivorceCare provided a trusted space of love and belonging with people sharing my pain. This led to healing and growth." - Denise C.

 

If you have questions about attending or are interested in assisting in leading, please contact our Coordinator, Rod Arters, by clicking This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Click HERE to let us know more about your situation.

Click HERE to register for our next class (schedule below)

SPRING 2021 CLASS SCHEDULE:
  • January 13th - Deep Hurt
  • January 20th - The Road to Recovery
  • January 27th - Anger
  • February 3rd - Grief & depression
  • February 10th - Loneliness
  • February 17th - Fears & Anxiety
  • February 24th  - Family & friends
  • March 3rd - Financial & legal issues
  • March 10th - Conflict
  • March 17th - Forgiveness
  • March 24th - Your former spouse
  • March 31st - Single living
  • April 7th - Brighter Days!
 
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Click HERE to learn more about DivorceCare for Kids.
 
 
ADDITIONAL DIVORCE RESOURCES
Whether DivorceCare is in session or not, this section will continue to add
divorce resources to help you in your journey to healing and wholeness.  
Come back weekly for more resources, as they are made available.
 
Sign up for DivorceCare's daily email encouragement HERE
 

I'm Divorced, now what? (article) by Elisabeth Klein

* 3 Reasons Divorced Women Remain Stuck, Become the Bitter Ex-Wife, or Marry a Jerk (article) by Elisabeth Klein

Up to Parents (organization) - This website shows separated and divorced parents how to build their better futures by focusing on meeting their children's needs.

7 Stages of Grief before and after Divorce (article) by L.J. Burke

* The Quiet Divorce (article) by Rod Arters

* 10 ways to combat loneliness (article) by Brock Hansen

* Dealing with Depression (article) by Mark Maulding

* Single and Parenting (organization) - If you’re a single parent, you’re probably tired, overwhelmed and feeling a bit underappreciated. Single & Parenting groups exists to share tips and parenting wisdom that will help you find rest, hope and encouragement.  Find a group near you!

Give Her Wings (organization) - GHW serves, "without judgment and with compassion, single mothers who have left abusive relationships. Our goal is to show them the community and body of the Church, when they otherwise are not finding it.  We show the love of Christ to the down-trodden, broken-hearted and oppressed. We serve spiritual widows and orphans."

GraceLife International (organization) - Grace Life International, our mission is to lead people into the life-giving power of God’s grace to experience complete peace with Him and personal peace within through Christian life counseling. Understanding His grace is the doorway to the abundant life Jesus Christ promised, which results in enriched marriages, united families, and personal healing over destructive habits and stress.

Divorce Poison (book) - Your ex-spouse is bad-mouthing you to your children, perhaps even trying to turn them against you. If you handle the situation ineffectively, your relationship with your children could suffer. You could lose their respect, lose their affection, and even, in extreme cases, lose all contact with them. This groundbreaking work gives parents powerful strategies to preserve and rebuild loving relationships with their children and provides legal and mental health professionals with practical advice to help their clients and ensure the welfare of children.