(except holiday weekends)
September 11-October 23: “The Marriage Course”
Good to Great Marriage Focus kicks off the fall with “The Marriage Course.” This course is designed to help you grow closer to your spouse and build a healthy relationship that will last a lifetime. Does that sound like something you want for your marriage? Come join us!
October 30-December 11 (no class Thanksgiving weekend): “For Couples Only”
For Couples Only provides fresh and relevant tools for building better relationships and helps couples grow in intimacy. Work with your spouse to create a safe atmosphere where you can explore and understand what’s most important to each of you and how that impacts your relationship.
January 8-February 19: “The Art of Marriage”
Marriage, the way God intended it to be, is a true art form. The Art of Marriage weaves together expert teaching, real life stories, humor, and more to portray both the challenges and the beauty of God’s design for marriage.
February 26-March 12: “The Meaning of Marriage”
In The Meaning of Marriage, Timothy Keller, along with his wife, draw a profound portrait of marriage from the pages of Scripture that neither idealizes nor rejects the institution but points us back to the relationship between God and man. The result is a vision for marriage that is refreshingly frank and unsentimental, yet hopeful and beautiful. This series is for anyone from singles, to couples considering marriage, to those who have been married recently or for a long time.
March 19-April 2: “The Hurt Pocket”
Throughout life everyone experiences pain along the way. Our unresolved hurts impact every relationship in our lives, especially marriage. Experience a new level of freedom and fulfillment as you learn to heal from the hurts of life.
April 9-May 21 (no class Easter Sunday): “Guardrails”
Guardrails. They’re everywhere, but they don’t really get much attention, until somebody hits one. And then, more often than not, it is a lifesaver.
Ever wonder what it would be like to have guardrails in other areas of your life-areas where culture baits you to the edge of disaster? Your friendships. Your finances. Your marriage. Maybe your greatest regret could have been avoided. In this study, Andy Stanley challenges us to stop flirting with disaster and establish some personal guardrails.