ART OF MARRIAGE CONFERENCE

ART OF MARRIAGE CONFERENCE getting to the heart of God’s design was held the evening of the 11th and Saturday the 12th October 2013.

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Marriage is coloured by personalities, passions and experiences. Making marriage work is a divinely inspired art form. For more than three decades, FamilyLife has been helping couples understand God’s plan for relationships. Now, in this video-guided event, The Art of Marriage, we weave together expert teaching, engaging stories, man-on-the-street interviews, humorous vignettes, and much more to portray both the challenges and the beauty of God’s design.

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There is a manual guide that comes with the course full of projects to help you live what you learn, through sex dynamic sessions:

  • Love Happens: God’s Purpose and Plan
  • Love Fades: Overcoming Isolation
  • Love Dances: Fulfilling Our Responsibilities
  • Love Interrupted: Communication and Conflict
  • Love Sizzles: Experiencing Real Intimacy
  • Love Always: Leaving a Lasting Legacy

This is what couples said who attended the course:

“Good examples and the mixture of speakers makes it a focussed experience. Most important aspects of marriage were discussed. The importance of leaving a legacy is one of the most important things I learned.”

“Ek dink dis baie waardevol en het geleer dat ek my huwelik en my man moet oppas en koester.”

“It was a fulfilling event, fruitful, and eye opening. The most important thing I learnt was how to communicate with my wife and address some issues.

“Every couple should know what I’ve learnt here, it is such a blessing to be married. The most important thing I learnt was how to confront my spouse and how to love and cherish him and how to submit to him.”

“Marriage is a lasting legacy and that one should keep the big picture in mind.”

“Others will benefit as I have benefited from it. Many people will see how the need to handle their marriage partner. I learnt to communicate and to have a plan for confrontation.”

Regards,

– Ina

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