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6 Ways to Love Your Non-Christian Husband

“He doesn’t get me! He hates my music, won’t go to church and we have nothing in common. How is this marriage supposed to work?” She wept as she bared her soul. “No one understands this loneliness. No one!”

As a life coach, women invite me into their struggle. Little did my new client know she had just entered mine. I can understand the depth of her pain because I, too, love a man who does not love my Lord.

New Faith, New Struggles

Thirteen years into our marriage, I accepted Christ. As of yet, my husband has not acknowledged his need for a Savior. He believes there is a God and resents being labeled an “unbeliever,” but he thinks I’ve taken “this thing” way too far. My passion to follow Jesus seems to have led us down different paths, and we both admit that the spiritual chasm in our marriage has caused tension. Yet, I also know the Spirit has come to comfort and guide me in ways I never thought possible.

When I became a Christian, my life changed. I listened to different music, made new friends, spent Sundays at church and evenings in Bible study. Suddenly I wasn’t the woman he had signed up to marry! In addition, I claimed to love someone else — Jesus — and to my husband, this new love seemed like a real threat.

Looking back, I see times when Scott felt abandoned and when his justifiable feelings of jealousy and rejection were projected as resentment and silence. My desire for him to follow me into this new life actually pushed us farther apart. And in my own lonely, empty places, I began to lose respect for my husband.

Kathy Cordell
Kathy Cordell
Kathy Cordell is a writer, international speaker, life coach, motivational trainer, founder of Women of Worship and a former healthcare professional. She is a microbiologist with a love for seeing and sharing God’s intimate love for us through the unseen, inner workings of the human body. Kathy is a passionate communicator with a mission to help others lead a healthy, natural lifestyle while seeing the abundant possibilities in life. Her speaking style is fun, interactive, challenging, practical and highly engaging. Above all, Kathy loves the Lord and desires to help women grow deeper in their relationship with the Him as they experience spiritual healing and freedom in Christ. Kathy lives in Cheyenne, Wyoming with Scott, her husband of 31 years. She has two children, Kelli and Adam and is Grammy to Rian and Cayson. Visit Kathy’s websites at www.freedomsteps.org and www.kathycordell.org.

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