The reality is that families are not what they used to be. Almost half of the marriages in our society end in divorce. More people are raising their children without a spouse or a support system. Parents and children are increasingly alienated from each other. The unattended pressures from home are following our children to school, and the pressures from school are made worse by emotionally or physically absent parents. These problems are real. We are not okay, and that’s okay. But it's not okay to stay that way. Forty–three years of marriage have taught us that being a family not only is about loving and living with others or being related to others but also is about enjoying life together through using effective communication, practicing forgiveness, forming healthy identities, and shaping the next generation. Join us in Atlanta for the Real Modern Family Conference. Get healed. Get love. Get real.
– Bishop Flynn & Carolyn Johnson
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