For the past 25 years, approximately 18,000 churches around the world have chosen DivorceCare.
Yes. Each DivorceCare kit comes with access to online materials so you can offer a group either online or in person. Some churches offer a hybrid group—one that meets online and at a physical location.
No. DivorceCare is designed to be a lay-led ministry. Because the teaching is presented on weekly videos featuring Christian experts on divorce topics, your DivorceCare group can be led by a team of mature lay volunteers.
Typically you’ll find the most committed leaders are those who have personal experience with separation or divorce—whether their own or that of a family member or friend. These people are passionate about helping others recover from divorce. If you find one lay leader, our DivorceCare coaches will help your leader build a team of volunteers.
Yes. Your lay leaders will have access to online training videos, a user-friendly leader’s guide, an online leader resource hub, and a (free) DivorceCare coach to answer questions along the way.
Often, people are separated for long periods of time before a divorce is finalized. During that time, they are hurting deeply and need support, information, and encouragement. Because of the emphasis on reconciliation throughout DivorceCare, some separated people will see the wisdom of reconciliation and attempt to restore their marriage.
Absolutely! Your DivorceCare kit comes with a 30-day guarantee. You can review the materials, share them with other leaders, and decide if this ministry is a good fit for your church. If you decide that it’s not, simply return your kit within 30 days for a full refund (minus shipping).
DivorceCare is a nondenominational, Christ-centered divorce recovery ministry. See our statement of faith.
As a program, DivorceCare presents balanced, biblical teaching on marriage, divorce, forgiveness, conflict resolution, and reconciliation. Read more.
Just one to start! Identify a lay leader to head up this ministry, and our DivorceCare coaches will take it from there to help that volunteer build the ministry. It’s free to work with a coach.
With the Participant Pay feature, all your church has to cover is the cost of the kit. Many churches charge a registration fee, which covers ministry expenses and could reimburse the kit cost over time. Other churches offer the opportunity for the kit cost to be gifted by people who have a heart for this type of ministry.