In Part 1 of this weekend's program, author Chrystal Evans Hurst will encourage you to believe that it's never too late to re-discover your identity in God and reclaim those lost life dreams from long ago.
In Part 2, author Deb DeArmond and family therapist Jenny Coffey offer practical, Biblically-based advice for navigating the challenges of in-law relationships, particularly that between a mother-in-law and daughter-in-law.
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Deb DeArmond is an author, a public speaker, and a relationship coach who has a passion for helping people improve their marriages, grandparenting, and extended family relationships. Her books include Related by Chance, Family by Choice, I Choose You Today, and Don't Go to Bed Angry. Stay Up and Fight! Deb and her husband, Ron, have been married for more than 40 years and have three married sons and six grandchildren. Learn more about Deb at her website, debdearmond.com