Charting a New Course for Your Marriage (Part 1 of 2)
Monday, September 22, 2014

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After 100 years of divorce in his family tree, Ray Johnston wanted something better for himself and his wife, Carol. Now, after 30 years of marriage, they reveal a new path they’re creating for their children and grandchildren to model a legacy of a thriving marriage filled with realistic expectations, healthy communication, and a safe home environment where they can laugh about how their differences actually strengthen their marriage. Discover how to be more committed to your spouse and overcome a legacy of divorce on this Focus on the Family broadcast.

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