Contributed by Sermon Central on Jan 27, 2006
No Marriage—No Divorce: Couples who once might have wed and then divorced now are not marrying at all, reports The State of our Unions 2005, an annual report issued by the National Marriage Project at Rutgers University. The U.S. divorce rate is 17.7 per 1,000 married women, down from 22.6 in ‘80.
Contributed by Paul Green on Sep 18, 2009
Dallas and Irene Sherman of Cincinnati had a really stormy relationship. During one of their many rows Irene deliberately wrecked two of their cars, which was the last straw for Dallas and he filed for divorce. But as time went by, he found that he couldn’t live without her, so they were
Contributed by Tim Harlow on May 13, 2009
ELIZABETH TAYLOR ON MARRIAGE
Following her wedding to CONRAD HILTON in 1950, ELIZABETH TAYLOR said, "Your heart knows when you meet the right man. There is no doubt that Nicky is the one I want to spend my life with."
Following her wedding to MICHAEL WILDING in 1952, she said, "I just want
3. Facts About Marital Distress and Divorce
Scott M. Stanley & Howard J. Markman
University of Denver and PREP, Inc.
a. Younger people in the U.S. who are marrying for the first time face roughly a 40-50% chance of divorcing in their lifetime under current trends (U.S. Bureau of the Census,
Contributed by Sermon Central on Feb 3, 2006
Marriage Mayhem: Recent research data reveals a continued erosion of marriage in America.
* More than half of all couples now live together before getting married compared to just 10% three decades ago, claims a study, The Relationship Between Cohabitation and Marital Quality and Stability, by
Contributed by Ross Cochrane on Jun 13, 2010
I was speaking with a man recently who had been in a near fatal car accident and he said that God didn’t seem to care about His injuries. I asked him if he blamed God and He said something to the effect of "Yes, GOD IS TO BLAME. Why didn’t He intervene when I had that car accident, or when my