Covenant Marriages

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The simple fact that covenant marriages can potentially change the rate of divorce is something that needs to legal. However only Arizona, Arkansas, and Louisiana passed covenant marriage bills. Since 40% of all current marriages will end in divorce, why not incorpate the covenant marriage in all the states to change the statistics. Like in most cases today, marriage isn’t till death do us part, but with all the requirements of a covenant marriage “forever” will something that couples strive for. View More »

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