JOin us for "Together": 5 Life-Giving Shifts for YOUR Marriage and Relationships

April 8 - Shift your Focus (Your Marriage, relationships, and the Gospel of Jesus Christ).

April 15 - Shift to Intimacy (Friendship, Connection, and Sex)

April 22 - Shift the Responsibility (Covenant vs. Contract)

April 29 - Shift to Teamwork (Complementarity in Marriage)

May 4-6 - RETREAT WEEKEND - Building a Culture of Honest Relationships. (ALL ARE WELCOME & WANTED)

Marriage is a Covenant – the deepest of personal commitments, nothing withheld and fully unconditional - given by God when he said “a man shall leave his father and mother and be united to his wife; and they shall be one flesh.

Marriage is Beautiful. It's designed to show God's grandeur and majesty while at the same time being the deepest of all human relationships. Marriage displays God's never-giving up, always-hopeful, unrelenting love and calls us to love one another similarly. The way we give love to our spouse and those we love is something designed uniquely to showcase the glorious nature of God Himself.

Yet, along the way many of us find ourselves confused by our marriages. What began with bright clarity has become gray with doubt.

Marriage is Difficult. We often find ourselves confused about how to love and be loved, forgive truly and truly be forgiven. Unsure about our roles as men and women in the home. Unsure if intimacy can be recovered. Stuck in patterns of all kinds. At a loss if we will survive our troubles. Our unmet expectations on both sides have led to stalemate frustrations.

What do we do? How do we find our way back into the light and joy of our young love?

There is So Much Hope. We'll aim to answer these questions from the Bible, God's Word....written by the One who designed marriage and who knows precisely what we need. Let's trust Him together and see what He says.

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From the beginning of creation, ‘God made them male and female. Therefore a man shall leave his father and mother and hold fast to his wife, and the two shall become one flesh.’ So they are no longer two but one flesh.
— Jesus, Mark's Gospel (10:8)