Duck Dynasty stars Al and Lisa Robertson were desperate for their love to survive — and with God’s help, they realized the only answer to marital and family betrayal is all-consuming, life-altering, desperate forgiveness. In their new book, they share this message with anyone who wants to exchange broken relationships for healing.
The Robertsons know what they’re talking about: They have lived through the pain of adultery and lack of communication in their marriage. And thanks to the healing they’ve experienced, they now help other couples find their own path to forgiveness.
This former pastor of 22 years and his wife want you to arrive at a place where you, too, can give and receive forgiveness and find the beauty of reconciliation.
By sharing true stories from friends and family, as well as biblical examples, Desperate Forgiveness provides the support you’ll need on the hard road to forgiveness. You’ll learn about the necessity and power of humility; the freedom found in letting go of bitterness; and the restoration and reclamation on the other side of desperation. Al and Lisa Robertson are living proof that choosing and living out forgiveness is worth the effort. Let Desperate Forgiveness show you the way to a changed life and revitalized marriage.
The candidness of Al and Lisa's life story on the pages of [Desperate Forgiveness] is often shocking! I needed to exhale! And apply their testimony of forgiveness to my own life for the big and small things. This book is about as clear as it gets about forgiveness.
I met you in Arkansas back in the fall when you came to the Men Sharpening Men conference. I talked to you after about how your book helped saved me from doing something stupid and you gave me a Desperate Forgiveness book. I absolutely loved it and have read it twice now. It is like you wrote the book for me. I really appreciate the time you took talking to me and giving me a book. I feel like your books kept me from doing something stupid and helped me save my marriage. I have also been listening to the podcast and glad y'all went to twice a week. Your family really is great.
Transparent, open, and easy to read. Al and Lisa do not make excuses for their (many) drama-filled choices and experiences. That's one thing I really appreciated. It is a love story that has amazingly made it through some really, really awful times. I think what I like most is the way this story gives readers a glimpse of how great God is. How else can you explain how they made it through one bad choice after another