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Meg Wilson and John Splinter

Featured on Woman to Woman on September 25, 2010.

Meg Wilson works in the area of women's ministry. She is the founder of Healing Hearts Ministry -- a group that offers help to women whose husbands are entangled in sexual addiction. From small group facilitator to public speaker to a ministry leader with numerous women's groups, she has been involved in helping others in various ways.
Wilson's interest in women's ministry was prompted by a betrayal she experienced in her own life. After 17 years of marriage her husband disclosed information that changed the way she viewed her marriage and her relationship with her husband. Addressing this topic, she has written Hope After Betrayal: Healing When Sexual Addiction Invades Your Marriage. She is active in two writers' critique groups and at Christian Writers' conferences.
Wilson has been married for 27 years. She and her husband have two adult daughters. They live near Portland, Oregon.

John Splinter is the executive director of the National Coalition for the Protection of Children & Families' St. Louis office.
Splinter's first ten years in ministry were as area director of Young Life, first in Winnipeg, Canada, and then St. Louis. Subsequent ministry activities have included 15 years as director of Singles Ministries, and nearly ten years serving in the capacity of pastor. He was also the chaplain to the Winnipeg Blue Bombers (CFL) for a number of years. He is also the founder of the Network of Single Adults and Second Chapter divorce recovery ministries.
His academic training includes a bachelor of arts from Bethel College and a master's in Christian Education from Bethel Seminary, both in St. Paul, Minnesota; a master's in Counseling Psychology from Lindenwood University in St. Charles, Missouri; and a doctorate in Marriage and Family Therapy from St. Louis University.
Splinter has authored three books: Complete Divorce Recovery Handbook, The, The Healing Path: A Guide for Women Rebuilding Their Lives After Sexual Abuse and Second Chapter: New Beginnings After Divorce or Separation.
Splinter and his wife, Marcia, have three married daughters and seven grandchildren.

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