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Feb. 14, 2022

How I Saved My Broken Marriage with Luisa Rodriguez | Episode 5

Happy Valentine’s Day, ladies! In today’s episode we’re talking about hard marriages. Creator and author of Fruitful Living, wife to a retired marine and mom of two, Luisa Rodriguez is here to share her personal journey of restoring a broken marriage. After ten years, Luisa felt like it was over. She and her husband barely recognized each other, they hardly talked and the feelings of love seemingly evaporated. But through her obedience to God and the intervention of loving people in her life, her relationship was not only restored but flourished, and now she celebrates nearly twenty years of marriage. In this episode, you’ll hear: 

  • How she made the decision to commit to her relationship even though she felt like there was nothing left
  • How she knew God wanted her to prioritize her marriage above everything else
  • What the path to healing and restoration looked like
  • The mental shift we need to make on how we see our husband and our marriage

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Luisa Rodriguez

Founder of Fruitfully Living

Luisa Rodriguez was born with aspirations to work in national defense and she did so for several years. She even received a Masters from the Naval War College. Although she loved her profession and loved traveling around the world, she loved her daughters even more. That led her to a new path with new aspirations: to help girls and women find their purpose and to develop a positive self-image.

She is now a prolific writer and illustrator. Using what she learned as a former pre-K Sunday school teacher and youth leader, Luisa aims to find creative ways to teach girls and women Biblical concepts in easy to understand formats. For that reason, she created the website and published her first Christian children's book, A Royal Mission.

Luisa believes in the power of images to convey a story. And as a Latina, she finds it important that girls and women see themselves in her illustrations. That is why her books and journals try to portray women from diverse backgrounds. She wants every woman to see herself as part of God's story.

Luisa now lives in beautiful St. Charles, Il with her beloved husband and her two inspirations: her two daughters, self-proclaimed warrior-princesses.