Workshop Offering Healing to Broken Families

by Rodney Pelletier  •  •  May 4, 2018   

The Ruth Institute gives insight to those experiencing family problems

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ANN ARBOR, Mich. ( - Families are suffering more than ever due to the sexual revolution, but a pro-family organization is helping people to heal themselves and their families.

On May 19, the Ruth Institute is having its Healing Family Breakdown Spiritual Workshop in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Jennifer Roback-Morse, president of the Ruth Institute, tells Church Militant, "Come to be part of the solution, rather than part of the problem of family breakdown and instability."

She notes that anybody who has experienced family breakdown should attend, especially if a person has been a victim of divorce, been divorced themselves and have had a "cohabitation gone wrong."

Teachers, therapists, family law attorneys and doctors, she adds, should attend the workshop in order to better understand the problems and solutions for people whom they might be called upon to assist.

Roback-Morse discloses that attendees will learn they are not alone in their situations, that it was "not all your fault, even if some of it was" and get tips for a happier family life despite what may have happened in the past.

The institute focuses on understanding, healing and ending the family breakdown on children, especially through the divorce and hook-up culture. It also addresses how the gay lifestyle and gender dysphoria affect people as individuals and society as a whole.

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