You have been unfaithful, and you want help—but moving forward is complicated. Professional counselor Michael Gembola provides daily guidance and encouragement to help you make lasting change. He offers reflection questions, plus suggestions for practical actions, so you can form new qualities and habits as you move toward God in repentance and toward your spouse in reconciliation.
In the 31-Day Devotionals for Life series, biblical counselors and Bible teachers guide you through Scripture passages that speak to specific situations or struggles, helping you to apply God’s Word to your life in practical ways day after day.
“Inviting and compelling. It is as if Michael is a good friend who knows you and knows exactly what you need. He will bring you into the meaningful words of God that give you direction, and he will set your pace so that you persevere with hope.”
—Ed Welch, Counselor and Faculty Member, Christian Counseling and Educational Foundation
“Written so that the person swirling in guilt, shame, and . . . family-altering decisions can know that God will meet them right where they are.”
—Brad Hambrick, Pastor of Counseling, The Summit Church, Durham, North Carolina
“Pastoral wisdom and counseling experience shine as [Michael] directs the reader to spiritual food that is often missed but is critical to surviving the wilderness of adultery.”
—Winston Smith, Author, Marriage Matters: Extraordinary Change Through Ordinary Moments
“After an affair, most couples think, “Now what?” Questions abound: Is this salvageable? What do we do? Where do we begin? Will we ever be the same? In After an Affair, Michael Gembola offers concrete and soul-healing strategies so that both parties can benefit and grow through a better understanding of themselves and the gospel.”
—John Freeman, Founder, Harvest USA; Author, Hide or Seek: When Men Get Real with God About Sex
“Hidden sins require ruthless and consistent truth-telling as well as the risk of practicing new thinking and habits that will move people forward. Michael . . . invites us to do the deeper work necessary to target these hidden sins.”
—Penny Freeman, Counselor, ServingLeaders Ministries; Trainer, Parakaleo