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Behind Enemy Lines

with Ron Deal | October 12, 2020
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Can you imagine being caught behind enemy lines?
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  • On social media I suggested that children who live between homes are like people who hold citizenship in two countries. They belong in each and want peace. In response one follower posted: "If parents only knew how much that would change their child's life. I'm 43 years old and my parents have been divorced for 37 of them, yet I still feel like I'm behind enemy lines when I visit or speak about the other parent." Parents and stepparents--forgive and negotiate peaceful relations for everyone.

Can you imagine being caught behind enemy lines?

Behind Enemy Lines

With Ron Deal
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October 12, 2020
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Ron: Can you imagine being caught behind enemy lines?

Announcer: For FamilyLife Blended®, here’s Ron Deal.

Ron: On social media I suggested that children who live between homes are like people who hold citizenship in two countries. They belong in each and want peace. In response one follower posted: “If parents only knew how much that would change their child’s life. I’m almost 44 years old and my parents have been divorced for 37 of them, yet I still feel like I’m behind enemy lines when I visit or even speak about the other parent.”

Look, parents, stepparents—everyone in each country—it’s up to you to forgive and negotiate peaceful relations to the other country so children, of every age, can be safe at home. For FamilyLife Blended I’m Ron Deal.

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