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Should You Stay or Should You Go

When Marriages Aren’t Working: An Inspiring Personal Story of a Couple Who Found Happiness When God Brought Them Together Following Their Difficult Decisions to Divorce

by Kirk Taylor & Deborah Taylor


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Softcover
$13.95
Hardcover
$30.95
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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 1/5/2022

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 182
ISBN : 9781664250925
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 182
ISBN : 9781664250918
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 182
ISBN : 9781664250932

About the Book

Are you struggling in a difficult marriage and trying to decide what steps to take next? Be honest with yourself about your situation and choose to either repair or leave the marriage—and ensure that God is involved in your decision-making process.

Written with the hope of helping others, Should You Stay or Should You Go shares the inspirational personal story of Kirk and Deborah Taylor, who know that God has blessed their marriage together as they walk in His guidance of what He has designed marriage to be. They talk about their childhood experiences and how these experiences shaped them to be who they are as adults. Both were in difficult long-term marriages. They describe their struggles with being Christians and thinking God’s displeasure would certainly be upon them if they divorced. They stayed in their marriages and tried to repair their relationships. But eventually both decided to divorce after realizing their marriages weren’t refining them but damaging them.

This personal narrative and faith-inspired guide tells the story of two people who dealt with long-term marriages that ended in divorce—and who later found each other with God’s help, and now have a fulfilling and loving second marriage.


About the Author

Kirk Taylor became a Christian at age twenty. He then served in many lay ministry positions for years in various capacities; from missionary, worship leader to Associate Pastor. He worked in the distribution business and eventually became president and owner of his own company. After a stressful marriage, he divorced his wife of forty-three years and only then found deep happiness and blessing.

Deborah Taylor was introduced to the Lord at a young age and rededicated herself to Him at several key points in her life. Her journey in marriage began at age seventeen, and it was a difficult road. She became a Christian Counselor after receiving her Master’s Degree and excelled in that for many years before retiring. She found true happiness only after leaving her first husband of thirty-five years and marrying the love of her life.