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DivorceCare Offers 365 Days of Email Hope and Comfort for People in Divorce or Separation

DivorceCare's "One Day at a Time" emails will help newly divorced people find hope to make it through 2010. Over the past six years, 100,365 people have received help from these free, daily messages.

Contact: Samuel Hodges, Executive Producer, Church Initiative, 800-395-5755 ext. 247, shodges@churchinitiative.org  

WAKE FOREST, NC, Dec. 30 /Christian Newswire/ -- DivorceCare offers free email messages to help people in a marital breakup find daily peace and strength. Every morning, subscribers will wake up to a new message speaking directly to issues faced by those in divorce or separation. The messages feature counsel from 37 Christian experts, including Tony Evans, Kay Arthur, Anne Graham Lotz and Tim Clinton, and help from 60 individuals who've been through divorce or separation.

The "One Day at a Time" daily email messages are an excellent resource to help people facing a difficult breakup approach 2010 with new hope for the future.

"I would like to thank you for providing a great service to me through this tough divorce I'm going through," said Troy, from East Windsor, NJ. "The advice is inspiring through the emails, and I look forward to starting my day through prayer."

Kathy Leonard, author of the daily emails, hopes many hurting people discover this healing resource in 2010. "The messages are comforting and practical. My hope for the New Year is that, through them, many people will find the help to move forward in personal healing."

Often people in a divorce feel as if no one understands the depth of emotions they feel. Through these emails, readers are introduced to others who've experienced the breakup of their marriage and who openly share their struggles and victories.

Over the course of a year, recipients will learn what to expect in grief and how to move forward one step at a time. Readers will discover biblical answers to hard questions and be pointed toward God as the source of healing.

"Thank you for your daily devotionals. God being present in them each day has gotten me through the toughest year of my life!" said Mary, a subscriber from Fairfax, VA.

Subscribing to the daily email messages is easy. Fill out a brief form at www.divorcecare.org/dailyemails, and begin receiving emails the next day.

About DivorceCare
DivorceCare is a network of over 12,000 churches worldwide equipped to offer divorce recovery support groups. A searchable database of groups is located at
www.divorcecare.org. DivorceCare is a ministry of Church Initiative of Wake Forest, NC.