Someone To Walk Beside You

Join me for our next WifeBoat Online Support Group
Starting Tuesday nights: March 15th – May 17th  

I’ve had many women ask me how they could possibly cope after finding out the devastating news that their husband had been using pornography, having an affair or feeling homosexual attractions.  These grieving wives have often felt there was no place to turn to talk safely and openly about what they were dealing with.  Family, friends, and career concerns have been some of the reasons why.

That’s why I started the WifeBoat Online Support groups.  In the confidential setting of the groups, women from all over the country have felt the relief of being able to talk with others in the same situation and have received support, encouragement and insight.

Our 12-week program uses Biblically-based curriculum, including journaling questions designed to help each wife sort out her thoughts on grieving, boundaries, healthy re-bonding, forgiveness and trust. And as they do this, the group benefits from each other.  Even though our groups have been made up of women from different states, different ages and different specifics, we have all felt the unifying effect of God’s presence during our meetings.

So if you need a place to work through the pain of a marriage in crisis, I invite you to join our newest group, which begins March 15thTo register, please follow the links to the left.  Or, don’t hesitate to contact me with any questions you may have.

Remember, you don’t have to go it alone.  WifeBoat has a place onboard for you.

God Bless,
Renee Dallas, Founder,

I just want to let you know how very much I appreciated the group and your leadership.  I will be praying for your new support  group.  God has used and is using you in a mighty way and I will be eternally grateful. – Group Participant


  1. Renee, When is your next group starting this spring (2012)? Is it possible to pay in 2 or 3 installments? I would also like to know if your next group has some women whose husbands are dealing with homosexuality. I did speak to Joe a couple of years ago, but was unable to continue because of financial difficulties. Thanks!

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