About the Guest
LeRoy and Kimberly Wagner take us back to their honeymoon, where poor communication skills, combined with hurt feelings, set a pattern that would lead them to bitterness and isolation.
VIDEO - Kim's Marriage Miracle
When Scott and Sherry Jennings married in college, all they needed was love. Fourteen years later, their feelings had morphed into anger, deceit, and adultery. Find out how a couple moves from love to hate - and back to love.
Kimberly WagnerKimberly Wagner is the author of Fierce Women: The Power of a Soft Warrior and is the coauthor of Men Who Love Fierce Women which she wrote with her husband, LeRoy Wagner. Spreading God’s glory is Kim’s deepest passion. Her desire for women to connect with Christ is woven through everything she writes. You can read her daily blog at www.kimberlywagner.org where she encourages women to be students of the Word. Kim is...more
Ron and Jan WelchDr. Ron Welch joined the faculty of Denver Seminary in 2008 and currently serves as Professor of Counseling. He earned the PsyD and MA from Central Michigan University. He has worked in the field of clinical psychology for over 25 years, and he has been a licensed clinical psychologist since 1997. Dr. Welch began his postdoctoral career in the Federal Bureau of Prisons, where he worked for seven years as a clinical psychologist. He has taught at Crichton College and Colorado Christian Unive...more
Scott and Sherry JenningsScott and Sherry Jennings’ marriage ended in divorce on the day of their 14th wedding anniversary. Through God’s great redemption and grace, they are remarried and serving passionately as FamilyLife Homebuilder Catalysts. Their first encounter with FamilyLife was at its Weekend to Remember in 2005 in Philadelphia, two months after their divorce. At this getaway, they learned how they had broken their marriage with their control issues, alcoholism, adultery and drug abuse; the weekend equippe...more
If you are a controlling husband or a controlling wife, Scott and Sherry Jennings, Kimberly Wagner, and Ron Welch will help you identify the problem, and help you figure out a way to live differently.