Jason Gray Opens Up: How Can I Survive the Pain of Divorce?

Jason Gray joins me on the More Than The Music Podcast to share how he’s healing after a divorce and the stories behind his album, “Where The Light Gets In.”

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Making the decision to divorce is one of the most difficult decisions you may face, and one that no one expects to have to make.  The process is overwhelming, emotional, and filled with so many unknowns.  Whether you are ready to move forward with divorce now or the timing isn’t right, an ebook will provide you clarity on what is really involved and how you can prepare for it You could develop trust issues that make it harder for you to move on in a new relationship, or your self-confidence could take a nose-dive. To make sure you stay emotionally strong and healthy, it’s important to learn how to deal with divorce stress in a productive way.

He opens up about going through a difficult divorce and what to do when to consider divorcing in Arizona. How do you pick up the pieces and move forward? What he discovers is simple, but beautiful.

When a marriage ends, it’s so painful and messy and disorienting… My prayer was broken. My belief was broken. My worship was broken and I couldn’t make those things work…

Each night of the tour… they would open it up for an alter call… we as the artists would go around and pray for people. And I thought, “Man, I don’t know how to do that… I don’t know how prayer works anymore because the one thing I prayed the hardest about didn’t work out…” I decided instead of hiding out in my bunk… I’m gonna go down and pray for people. I don’t know how that’s going to work… but I want to be present to this.

I felt so encouraged in that – as if God was saying, “I still have good work for you to do.” For anyone going through that… “the initiative against despair is to arise and do the next thing.”

-Jason Gray


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