Kids & Divorce 2013 Year in Review: Top 10 Most Read Posts


In April of 2013 we started the Kids & Divorce blog. The purpose of the blog is to educate children’s ministers, volunteers, church leaders and others about the effects of divorce on children.

Thank you to all of you who have helped us succeede and have passed the information to others. You have made us successful. Here are the most-read posts for 2013:

  1. Effect of Divorce on the 6, 7 and 8 year-old child
  2. Murdered Single Mom
  3. How Divorce Affects Children
  4. Children of divorce and the holidays:  Little people at the big people’s table
  5. Talking to kids about the tornado in OK
  6. Do children experience “stages” of divorce?
  7. Adult children of divorce:  Time alone won’t heal childhood wounds
  8. What adult children of divorce want church leaders to know
  9. Alarming increase:  Children living in single parents families
  10. Effects of divorce on teens and how mobile devices can complicate healing

Which post was your favorite?

What topic would you like to see addressed in 2014?

2 thoughts on “Kids & Divorce 2013 Year in Review: Top 10 Most Read Posts

  1. We would like to see this discussed:
    We are beginning our second session of Single and Parenting at Edwards Road Baptist in Greenville, SC. A question that came up in our first session was how to handle and discuss with our children their parents’ different religious practices – example: different denominations or one parent not going to any church at all.
    Thank you, C. Henderson

    • Cindy, great topic. I’ll do some research and include my own observations too.

      This question would be a great question for the Single & Parenting Forum. You would be exposed to leaders all over the world who would have varied experiences and answers. If you’re not on the Single & Parenting Forum go to the Single & Parenting LeaderZone and sign up. The S&P Forum is for churches that have the S&P program. You can find more information in your S&P Leader’s Guide.

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