Coming in March: The Marriage Course
All marriages and partnerships – even the good ones – aren’t perfect. COVID-19 has also added pressures and challenges to many of our relationships. With the difficulties we’re all facing, everyone’s relationship could do with a tune-up.
That’s why Bragg Creek Community Church is going to be running a free online version of The Marriage Course in March.
The course has been run around the world and helped well over a million people – Christian or not, married or not, it’s suitable for everyone.
In post-course surveys:
- 99% of guests said the course had a positive impact on their relationship
- 73% of guests experienced significant improvement in their relationship from the course
In a series of seven weekly evening sessions, we’ll be looking at:
- Strengthening Connection
- The Art of Communication
- Resolving Conflict
- The Power of Forgiveness
- The Impact of Family
- Good Sex
- Love in Action
The videos will be watched over Zoom, with pauses for private conversation for each couple. Each guest is given a Guest Journal which provides guidance for each conversation.
The microphones are muted, and cameras turned off during these conversation times, so any discussion is purely between you and your partner: no-one else.
The course will be run from 7:00 – 8:45pm on Thursday evenings, starting on March 11th .
There’ll be more on how to register next month but, in the meantime, you can see more at: themarriagecourse.org/try/the-marriage-course.
For more local information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Submitted by Peter Hunt
Bragg Creek Community Church