If My Spouse Would Only Change…then…(fill in the blank!)
This insidious myth is arguably the most deceptive and pervasive in marriages today. In this initial session, we expose the two root lies that feed this myth along with the Biblical truth that brings us freedom instead of ongoing frustration in our lives and marriages.
I Married You…Not Your Family!
This insightful session includes assignments that help couples to honestly examine how their family of origin influenced and affected their present day thinking and reactions – including in their marriage and family relationships. It is a very interactive session, often mixed with laughter and tears, that enhances deeper level communication and understanding.
Arguments Are To Be Won (or) Conflict Avoided
In this session, we openly explore the biblical truth about conflict – including the reasons behind our wrong reactions. In contrast, we will learn how to make conflict our friend, not our enemy; an opportunity for greater growth, not an obstacle from it; a stepping stone for greater relational intimacy, not a stumbling block to it.
We Just Can’t Communicate
This session is also very interactive with brief, practical ‘in session’ assignments to equip couples in how to hear each other’s hearts…and hurts.
Just ignore Hurts and Stuff Away Pain – Time Will Heal Them
This particular deception keeps more Christians – married or not – in spiritual bondage and personal misery than any other! The truth: stuffed down, stored away pain never heals – it only ultimately embitters our spirit; distances our relationships; and hardens our hearts. In this session, we will learn how to biblically process our hurts to forgive from the heart in a way that frees our lives and restores broken relationships.
If We Only Had More Money
This particular financial myth sounds so true and has so permeated our culture for so long – it is little wonder why many Christian couples today are deceived by this myth! This session is also very practical – ultimately focusing on how God purposes with money to grow his children toward true contentment and maturity.