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Practicing Law Toward Family Restoration
How can an attorney and counselor at law help families be rescued from marital breakdown? Attorney Matthew Sexton (Regent ’05) explains.
The month of November marks the beginning of the holiday season, a wonderful time, if you have a family. For children without a stable family environment, this season can be tough. Focus on the Family has a fabulous ministry focused on foster care and adoption, encouraging stable families to make a difference for orphans. You can find it at iCareAboutOrphans.org.
To learn more about what is best for children consider Tracing the Foundations of the Best Interest of the Child Standard in American Jurisprudence. And to find out what a child needs in a forever family check out Rethinking Mom and Dad. Adoption is at the heart of family restoration.
November: National Adoption Month
Learn more about the Focus on the Family Adoption & Orphan Care Initiative at iCareAboutOrphans.org.
Family restoration is always a guiding principle for immigration matters.
|Lynne Marie Kohm, law professor, author, lawyer, speaker, and|
|discipleship mentor, is dedicated to family restoration through the application of Christian legal principles. As the John Brown McCarty Professor of Family Law at Regent University School of Law, and a wife of 20+ years, a (homeschooling) mother of two, and leader in the realm of state and volunteer bar service, Professor Kohm brings a servant leadership model of family preservation and restoration to the practice of family law.|
Spiritual Battle Plays out in Court
Legal expert Lynne Kohm examines the judges actions and speaks on the spiritual implications of the Rifqa Bary case.
|Professor Kohm is a contributing author to the Cross and Gavel Devotional Blog.|
| Cross & Gavel is a project of the Institute for Christian Legal studies.
Click here to read Prof. Kohm's devotional blog entries.
Promoting & Preserving the Marriage Relationship
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