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    Reformed Premarriage, Marriage and Divorce Policy

    Reformed Premarriage, Marriage and Divorce Policy (.pdf)
    Elder Training for Church Discipline, and Care of Members
    Director of Biblical Counseling - Derek R. Iannelli-Smith

    This guide has been compiled for the benefit of those involved in Pre-Marriage, Marriage and Divorce Counseling or considering involvement in this ministry. It has always been the desire of the leadership of the church to develop a curriculum guide for counselors. This is a first attempt to do so. We expect it to be modified and updated, and assume it will be adapted to each counselor’s gifts and style. Over the years many couples have participated in this ministry. For those couples embarking on their first counseling journey, invariably the question is asked…”OK, what do we do now?” This guide has been put together to help answer that question. Perhaps even the “veterans” will find this information helpful.

    Note: I have not personally read through the whole document so this is not necessarily an endorsement for everything you read here but considering that it might be widely used in the PCA I thought it important to post...

    Posted by John on July 10, 2006 09:16 PM

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