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To the Christian Wife Whose Husband Doesn’t Believe In God,

There’s a special place in my heart for you, a part of my soul that is always rooting for you; hoping with you, waiting with you, and praying for you. Not just you, but your husband too.


Maybe it’s because I’ve been there. I’ve been the wife who goes to church alone, prays alone, and walks with God alone. I’ve been the wife who looks into her husband’s eyes and wonders what lens he is looking through and what it is about this life, a life without God, that seems.. so appealing? What is it that keeps you where you are?

And so you pray.

Oh boy, do you pray that God will “show up” in your husband’s life, that God would become real to him? You ask God to put people in your husband’s path (strategically) that will share God’s truth and love with him. And that his ears would hear and his heart would receive, and that he would begin to see the beauty of God in everyday things; like you do.

You pray that God would be more than just an idea, a far-off fantasy, a clutch, or the last resort in a time of need. You hope to see God become your husband’s friend, first love, foundation, and counsel. A source of joy, a sense of peace, his sole purpose; like He is yours.

You’re not alone in those prayers.

You may also BE ENCOURAGED BY: The Power of Praying to A Powerful God

Believing In Faith For Your Husband

There are plenty of women out and close by that share the same heart you do. I’ve been blessed to be connected to a couple handfuls of them through a Facebook group called, “Believing In Faith.” This group is filled with women from all over the globe praying for their husbands to come to know God.

But they don’t just pray for their husbands, they pray for yours too. We pray TOGETHER in partnership with each other, being encouraged by each other’s faith. It’s amazing to see how God is working in each and every marriage, husband, and wife.

Maybe This Is You…

Maybe you are that wife, the one who walks this delicate journey every day. Wishing, hoping, praying, and waiting, alone. Well, I don’t want you to be alone anymore. I want to stand with you. I want you to join us and be encouraged through the faith of other wives in your shoes. There’s no need for you to stand alone. And the moment you join this group, you won’t be anymore.

Let us pray with you. 

For your husband, for your marriage, for you and your strength, and for anything else you might want to share.

Join us by clicking the image below (it will lead you to the closed Facebook group) and clicking “join.” You will be greeted cheerfully by one of the 4 admins and welcomed by some incredible prayer warrior who just can’t wait to start praying with you. <3

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MORE Resources You May Appreciate

Fervent: A Woman’s Battle Plan to Serious, Specific and Strategic Prayer – Fervent teaches women how to use the Bible to pray powerful prayers and battle for our families, marriage, purpose, and more.


War Room – How one woman used prayer to fight for her marriage.



4 thoughts on “An Open Letter (And Invitation) to the Christian Wife Whose Husband Doesn’t Believe In God”

  1. Such a wonderful support to be offering. I too attended church alone. I prayed for over 20 years & those prayers were answered following a massive change in circumstances. We’re still on the journey, but God is good. God bless you. xx

    1. That’s so awesome to hear how God is working in your life! And thanks so much for the encouragement! I’m praying God blesses you and your family in incredible ways this holiday season, Penny! Merry Christmas!

      P.S. Sorry it took so long to reply. I took November off and am just now getting back in the swing of things. Thanks so much for sharing your encouraging words!

  2. Just last night I heard a testimony of a woman who prayed for 10 years, and her husband was finally saved!

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