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Each Monday we publish a “Charlyne Cares” devotional message. This is the original work of a stander or restored spouse.

We are not marriage counselors and cannot offer advice to you on specific issues. It often helps to write out problems, and everything you enter below will be read by our staff, but Charlyne is unable to respond and give you specific directions. If you ask God, He alone can and will guide you through every decision in life.

We will not publish your last name, city or email address. Your state may be identified. Guest devotionals are edited for privacy and due to space constraints.

Submit your devotional to appear like the “Charlyne Cares” you receive each day. Entries in all caps, excessive punctuation, or unsuitable Devotionals will not be considered. Maximum length is 1,000 words.

Additional Tips:
Your devotional should include scripture, complete with reference (such as “John 3:16”). Please do not make it sharing your testimony, but something that will help others.

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Submit a Guest Devotion

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If multiple translations are being used for scripture passages, please place the name of the translation next to each scripture reference. If only one translation is being used, choose it from the list (see below).

The attached material is my original work and is given to Rejoice Marriage Ministries, Inc for their exclusive use and possible publication. I understand that my work may not be used. If it is used, I hereby give permission to Rejoice Marriage Ministries, Inc. for editing to meet their needs. I expect no compensation for my work.

Rejoice Marriage Ministries, Inc.
PO Box 10548
Pompano Beach, FL 33061

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