Can God restore a marriage that has suffered multiple affairs? Is it possible for two people to rekindle (and even deepen) their love and intimacy with one another after infidelity? Mark and Jami Nato have lived through it, and their testimony says, “Yes! God can redeem and restore!” In today’s podcast, they openly share about the infidelity and deep suffering they have endured as a couple. Looking at them now, it would be hard to tell: multiple flourishing businesses, four beautiful kids, and a marriage full of laughter. But they share their story to give glory to God. He held each of them individually and then together through the long process of healing and forgiveness. He used the local church and biblical counselors to come alongside them. He continues to guide them, each and every day! You can follow along their journey by following Jami on Instagram (@jaminato) or reading her blog on her website https://jaminato.com/. You can also watch a beautifully made video of how God led them to forgiveness in this video made by @story_partners.
*We understand that not everyone’s story of infidelity will end the same way. Unfortunately, reconciliation and restoration are not always achieved on this side of eternity. However, we pray the Nato’s testimony reminds you of what God can do. No matter what the world says, we know that He can lead two broken people to forgiveness and healing!
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