Mourning Dove Ministries, Inc.
Rating: 5 stars 11 11 reviews
870 Doe Hill Ln Roswell GA 30075 USA
To stop the legacy of divorce and dysfuntional families through Bible-based, proven theories of counseling and coaching.
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This husband and wife team run an extremely tight ship and make sure that each and every dollar is used to help couples in need of restoration and healing. Over and over again we see couples lives transformed through their unique 2-on-2 approach to ministry. I would strongly recommend that anyone who has a heart for marriage and believes that restoration is possible support this wonderful ministry.
They are not about "counseling". They are not about "therapy". They are about helping couples who have given up hope - find hope and restore their marriage.
Mourning Dove Ministries is no guarantee, but after some of the results I've seen and stories I've heard, it's the next best thing.
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I've personally recommended couples to Mourning Dove.
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I would help this organization do a better job and sharing their message of hope for marriage.
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What specific problem, purpose, priority, or project prompted your gift?
Couple in need. in this economy, couples are struggling to pay the mortgage, let along investing $ in their marriage.
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The need is so great.
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If you are looking to diversify your impact in the hurting world, Mourning Dove is a great investment. When couples divorce, the impact sends ripples through the lives a many people and the consequences can be devastating.
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