Malachi 4:6 (CEV)

“He will lead children and parents to love each other more, so that when I come, I won’t bring destruction to the land.”

Healing from divorce is hard. The family suffers in ways that seem irreparable. But when we seek to understand one another, suddenly we discover healing happening in our midst.  Listen in as author Lauren Reitsema shares how step-parents and their children can learn to accept one another.


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Lauren Reitsema

Lauren Reitsema


Lauren Reitsema is an author and speaker and the Vice President of Strategy and Communications for the Center for Relationship Education. Lauren’s interest in relationship skills began when her parents divorced after almost 20 years of marriage. Seeking to understand better patterns for her own future legacy, she earned a Bachelor in Communication from TCU. Lauren is the author of In Their Shoes, a book dedicated to helping parents better understand and connect with children of divorce. Her vocational speaking experience spans over 15 years, teaching a variety of relationship skills to youth, adults and corporate teams. Lauren recognizes relationships are one of life’s most important assets and energizes a room to prioritize the people in their lives. She and her husband, Josh, love adventures with their three children. All Colorado natives, they are avid skiers, outdoor enthusiasts and Broncos’ fans. Visit the Relationship Center at www.myrelationshipcenter.org.

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