Proverbs 31 Ministries Founder Lysa TerKeurst and Husband Renew Their Vows After Overcoming Infidelity, Substance Abuse, and Public Separation

Lysa and Art TerKeurst renew their vows, North Carolina, December 11, 2018. | Instagram/nickisaac5

Over a year after announcing that she would be pursuing a divorce with her husband, Proverbs 31 Ministries President Lysa TerKeurst renewed her vows this holiday season to her husband of over 25 years.

“On an unusually sunny Tuesday in December, we dressed up a bit and whispered healing words, heartfelt promises, and holy vows,” TerKeurst wrote on Instagram last week with a photo of herself and her husband, Art, during the ceremony. “A million prayers. A miracle answer. A marriage restored.”

It was in June 2017 when the popular author and international speaker dropped a bombshell on her supporters and announced that she would be separating from her husband and pursuing a divorce due to his ongoing infidelity and substance abuse.

TerKeurst explained that when she first found out about Art’s affair with a woman he met online, she had decided not to divorce him. But even after fighting the “hardest battle” of her life to save her marriage for the last couple of years, “he has continued to abuse substances, be unfaithful, and refused to be truthful to me and our family.”


“After much prayer and consultation with wise, biblically-minded people, I have decided that Art has abandoned our marriage,” she said, utterly heartbroken.

Shortly after the shocking news, she announced that she was also diagnosed with breast cancer and would need to undergo a double mastectomy.

TerKeurst recently released a book, titled It’s Not Supposed to Be This Way: Finding Unexpected Strength When Disappointments Leave You Shattered, about her devastating journey. In it, she wanted to be transparent with all those who look to her for guidance by sharing the hard moments of her family’s story and how the Lord has guided her through it all.

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SOURCE: Christian Post, Jeannie Law