Persevering As A Step-Parent (GT Connext)

Gospel Today was pleased to welcome Ron L. Deal as a guest contributor in the Family Ties column in our May/June 2012 issue. Ron Deal is an author, therapist, and blended family expert who empowers remarried couples and stepfamilies for successful family living, and trains churches and professionals to help blended families.

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For an example of his technique and wisdom, check out this informative video on how to persevere as a stepparent. And make sure you check out Ron Deal’s website, SmartStepfamilies.com, for a wealth of resources and information on how to integrate a stepfamily and blend it God’s way!

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