LIVE! Sunday, April 14,2013 7:00-9:00 pm
The father finds value in building a billion dollar business.
The son measures success in terms of continuing to live another day
away from the alcohol and drugs that almost consumed him.
Despite a lawsuit filed by his father to prevent him from sharing his
personal testimony about drug and alcohol addiction and his path
to recovery on Sunday,April 14,2013 on Divorce Rescue to hear about the
spiritual battles and what it took for him to break the pattern.
If you are trying to save a family member from drugs or alcohol
this show is a must.
"Don't be afraid, keep on speaking, do not be silent. For I am with you, and no one is going to attack and harm you, because I have many people in this city" .(Acts 18:9-10)
Divorce Rescue is a live radio talk show dedicated to preventing divorce and rebuilding America by helping broken families, one family at a time. Join Bob Widner and Deanne Moore on “Divorce Rescue” on Sundays from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. on The Word 100.7 FM on local radio in Dallas or worldwide on every computer and mobile phone on the iHeartRadio Network @ http://www.iheart.com/live/The-Word-1007-FM-6059/.
During the show, click on the USTREAM LOGO image to the right to expand and watch the live streaming show on USTREAM.tv and check in using Facebook or Twitter and comment during the show.http://www.ustream.tv/channel/divorce-rescue-radio-talk-show
Robert Widner, a Dallas Divorce Lawyer is founder of the Widner Family Law Group, P.L.LC., www.WidnerFamilyLaw.com, has been the innovator of the no retainer, flat monthly fee in family law cases to eliminate surprise bills for over 300 clients, and his co-host, Deanne Moore, actor, singer, spokesman and television personality will discuss the tough issues in high conflict divorces. Divorce is one of the most serious forces for family destruction, and therefore one of the greatest threats to civil order and freedom itself. The emotional health of a divorced family depends on the willingness of the parents to restructure their own relationship – from an unhealthy “intimacy” – to a “working alliance.” The radio talk show is also about spiritual restoration.
1 Peter 5:10 states “And the God of grace, who called you to his eternal glory in Christ, after you have suffered a little while, will himself restore you and make you strong, firm and steadfast.”
As a divorce lawyer, Robert Widner see’s every day how much carnage and anger are in the divorce process, and how damaging the process is to parents and their children. There is an immense gap between the dissatisfaction that comes out of the divorce process. Parents need to understand that the real cause of their problems is not their parents, their ex, their spouse, or the lawyers and judges.
THE REAL PROBLEM IS DIVORCE ITSELF.
A recent Huffington Post Divorce reader posted this open letter to a friend about the divorce process:
“Yes, you are not the same person as you used to be. You can never go back in time, you can never pretend like none of this happened, and truthfully, you won’t be able to forget any of this. Everything that’s happened – it’s changed you –whether you like it or not. But you are still YOU – maybe with a few altered hopes, and dreams. Maybe with a few battle scars than either one of us would like. Maybe with different expectations – you’ve had to let a few things go along the way. But you are you – just a stronger, more resilient version of yourself. You are every bit as important and valuable to others, you are every bit as lovely and wonderful as you were before this storm hit you. You are damaged, but not dead. You are hurting, but you are fighting. You are healing little by little, whether or not you can see it. And this pain won’t last forever, at the same intensity, because you’re bouncing back in this moment of taking it all in and being honest to yourself: You are human, and you’re allowed to hurt. Don’t let anyone else tell you otherwise.”
There are three objectives with this radio talk show called “Divorce Rescue”.
The first objective is to prevent divorce and to help couples change their perspective about their current troubles. Every pastor is stunned by the number of couples in their church who divorce. Few realize that in four out of five divorces, one spouse does not want the divorce, but is forced to accept it because the law grants every divorce, shattering the lives of children. Nine out of ten couples, if they stayed together would be happy in five years. Instead, the quickness and ease of the divorce process eliminates reconciliation. We will also focus on the behaviors and self-defeating games, and other family dynamics that encourage the divorce process to finish preventing reconciliation.
The second objective is for “Divorce Rescue” to focus on how to change the divorce process—and change the laws that govern divorce. The catastrophe called divorce is encouraged by laws which have instituted “no-fault” divorce. When it is easier to get out of a marriage, then a car loan something is wrong. Instead, when the selfish acts of one parent, who is “unhappy” or “unfulfilled”, divorces the other parent, that parent ensures that the innocent children grow up in a broken home. If politicians focused the same amount of time and money they do in debating same-sex marriage on the issue of preventing marriages from breaking, millions of our children will grow up happier, healthier, and more successful. Same sex marriages aren’t a threat to the sanctity of marriage, divorce is the major threat. Polls reveal that by a margin of 2-1, Americans believe that divorce should “be harder than it is now for married couples with young children to get a civil divorce (61% to 35%). Only 44% of the children in America live with both parents.
Third, the purpose of “Divorce Rescue” is to network families in conflict with third parties such as ministers, counselors and training classes, lawyers, and former judges that can provide meaningful feedback to parents that can prevent divorce-- so that the people facing conflict do not feel alone. These resources can just not prevent divorce, but can also rebuild the family unit after divorce and effectively help parents learn to co-parent. Terms that our used in divorce, such as custody and visitation are terms more appropriate for jail, not family relationships. The radio show provides parents in conflict with a chance to talk, learn, and simply share frustrations. The radio show provides spiritual assistance, helping people in conflict realize that they will receive support and prayer to help bring light to the darkness of conflict. Divorces are spiritual battles, more than legal battles. Man’s laws encourage divorce, while God’s laws and scripture prevent divorce. In the cases of families that have divorced, scriptural principles allow for effective co-parenting. If divorce is touching your life, or the lives of friends or family, or you are rebuilding your family after divorce, please help us in the war to rebuild America through broken families, call and participate actively with the radio show, so that others realize they are not alone. This is a ministry and we need all the help we can get. Let’s bring some light to the darkness and help people under attack realize they are not alone.
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family that eats together can fight drugs/alcohol use with kids, and better develop the self-image of the kids.