Check out this excerpt from a story Cheryl posted at FireprooftheMovie.com:
“I am an unusual case. I have been divorced now for four years, after two and a half years of marriage with my ex-husband. The divorce was sudden and quick, with neither of us really knowing why we were doing it. We shocked our family and our friends. He even lost a couple of his friends, which I am still heartbroken about. Once we settled all the legal matters, we pretty much severed contact with each other permanently … until this year. …
“I (recently) went with my mom to see FIREPROOF. I immediately felt God speaking to my heart. I was in utter tears at the end of the movie, and my mom just sat there holding me for several minutes as the credits played. I didn’t know what to think. In my mind, it was too late for us. We were already divorced. God, however, laid it on my heart to purchase The Love Dare. Despite all logic, I bought it. I am on day 22 now. It has not been easy. The last encounter with my ex-husband was met with a combination of anger and gratefulness. I know God is doing a mighty work in my heart, and I no longer view our marriage, him, myself, or the institution of marriage and the roles of husbands and wives the same. I don’t know where God is leading me in all this, but I do know that He is in control, and that whatever happens will be for my good (and my ex-husband’s good) and God’s glory.”
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