The Story Behind No Innocent Affair: Making Right the Wrong of Adultery by Edward Mrkvicka


As a lay minister/counselor, I have over the years had many people come to me with their problems, many of which revolved around their marriage and family. In particular, there seemed to be a focus on the matter of adultery and the damage it does to everyone it touches.

Granted, society seems to care little about the betrayal of an adultery, which it euphemistically calls an “affair,” or worse yet, an “innocent affair.” I, on the other hand, try in counseling to see matters from the perspective of God, who knows the true evil of the beast. I tell you from a lifetime of experience, the Bible has blessed us with the answers society doesn’t have. Most important, if an adulterer and his family are willing to trust the Lord, everyone can be made whole again.

For those who are not Christian, it doesn’t matter.  The Word of God can help save you too. I’ve helped many secular people with their marriages. Your belief system doesn’t matter. The answer to adultery is in No Innocent Affair: Making Right the Wrong of Adultery.

My goal in life is to help as many people as possible by sharing the truth of God’s Word. My book is one means to that end.

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Edward Mrkvicka is a lay minister and counselor, and life-long Bible student. His religious writings have been awarded Best Christian Book of the Year, Best Christian Study of the Year, named a National Best Book Awards finalist, and a winner in the Christian Choice Book Awards. He has also been awarded the prestigious Faith Writers Seal of Approval.

His efforts on behalf of families, understanding adultery, and the devastating effect of divorce on children have earned him a United States Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition “in recognition of outstanding and invaluable service to the community.”

You can visit Edward’s web site at www.EdwardFMrkvickaJr.com and find him at Facebook here.

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