In the game of “Life” you never know what you’ll roll, nor where you’ll end up. So describes the lives of Scott and Sherry Jennings, Kim De Blecourt, Robertson McQuilkin, and Chuck Colson.
Scott and Sherry Jennings
Scott and Sherry Jennings’ marriage ended in divorce on the day of their 14th wedding anniversary. Through God’s great redemption and grace, they are remarried and serving passionately as FamilyLife Homebuilder Catalysts. Their first encounter with FamilyLife was at its Weekend to Remember in 2005 in Philadelphia, two months after their divorce. At this getaway, they learned how they had broken their marriage with their control issues, alcoholism, adultery and drug abuse; the weekend equipped them to move intentionally toward healing and oneness; changing their lives, marriage and legacy.
Scott currently serves as the Pastor of Marriage and Family Life at The Bridge in Princeton, NC, with Sherry alongside him part time. They have one son, Steven, and enjoy any time they can get walking the beach and playing with their dogs as a family. They remain grateful to God and FamilyLife for the journey they are on together and humbled that God chooses to use their brokenness for His glory. To learn more about Scott & Sherry, or to connect with them, please visit www.intentionallyyours.org.
The Game of Life
If you are a controlling husband or a controlling wife, Scott and Sherry Jennings, Kimberly Wagner, and Ron Welch will help you identify the problem, and help you figure out a way to live differently.
Does Anyone Really Hear Those Radio Preachers?
Scott Jennings had hit rock bottom. He’d left his wife, lost his job, and been dumped by his mistress.
When a Controller Loves a Liar
After more than a decade of marriage, Scott Jennings had fully developed the art of lying to his wife.
If we love each other, why do we hurt each other?
Find out how a couple moves from love to hate … and back to love.