Perfection vs Brokenness
A little over 8 years ago, our marriage was in serious jeopardy. We had no clue if we were going to be able to put the pieces back together again. In a moment of desperation, a friend called Focus on the Family and handed Trisha the phone. The crisis counselor on the other end of the phone gave Trish counsel that forever changed our marriage and laid the foundation for each of us to pursue brokenness.
It was brokenness that allowed us to not have an improved version of our old marriage, but instead a brand new marriage.
It was very humbling to be invited to spend the day at Focus on the Family talking about our book, Beyond Ordinary and the grace and redemption of God.
If you weren’t able to listen to the broadcast last week, you can download the MP3 of both Parts 1 and 2 HERE.
Focus on the Family also posted a conversation we had with Jim Daly, president of Focus on the Family about the difference between perfection and brokenness. You can watch this five-minute episode below as well.
(If you can’t see the video below, you can click HERE)
If you or someone you know are experiencing a crisis in your life or marriage, we can’t recommend the crisis hotline at Focus on the Family enough. It is a service they provide free of charge. It can provide you with immediate help and next steps.