New series for the Family

The Jesus Way: 

Singleness, Marriage and Family


Starting Sunday, April 29, 2018

9am and 11am


Session notes will be available through our podcasts.

is marriage worth fighting for?

 After “nearly three decades of research evaluating the impact of family structure on the health and well-being of children demonstrates that children living with their married, biological parents consistently have better physical, emotional, and academic well-being. Pediatricians and society should promote the family structure that has the best chance of producing healthy children. The best scientific literature to date suggests that, with the exception of parents faced with unresolvable marital violence, children fare better when parents work at maintaining the marriage. Consequently, society should make every effort to support healthy marriages and to discourage married couples from divorcing.”


- Anderson, J. The impact of family structure on the health of children: Effects of divorce. 

US National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health. Anderson is on the faculty at the University of California, San Francisco, CA.