Bringing Father Wounds into a MarriageJuly 29, 2020 ● 11 min
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1. You can’t look to your husband to fill the void for affirmation that your father left you.
2. You must forgive your dad, or it will impact your marriage relationship.
3. You must look at God to meet your needs, not your husband.
Kia unpacks these key truths in this episode, and explains how bringing these needs to God is the first step to freeing your husband (or your future husband) from your father wounds.
Kia Stephens is a wife and homeschooling mom of two who is passionate about encouraging the hearts of women. For this reason, she created The Father Swap Blog to help women exchange their father wounds for the love of God the Father. Kia is also the founder of Entrusted Women, which she created to equip Christian women communicators of color. Kia's writing has been featured on iBelieve, Beloved Women, Proverbs 31 Ministries, Crosswalk and (in)courage. In addition to these ministries, Kia faithfully serves in Bible Study Fellowship and her local church. When she is not writing or serving women, she enjoys spending quality time with her family and friends. You can learn more about Kia at www.kiastephens.com.
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