CO60: The Marriage Course (Care for the Family)

Cliff and Esther Andrews will be hosting this group, which meets on Monday evenings from 7:30pm – 9:00pm using ZOOM.

A four part Care for the Family course, “The Marriage Sessions” is a flexible, video-based resource that explores how a couple can build and enrich their relationship. It is not a test of your marriage! It is not some way of putting your relationship under the microscope to assess your compatibility or marital satisfaction. It is designed to be encouraging, inspiring and equipping rather than something that makes you feel pressurised. The principles of the course apply equally, whether you find your marriage is plain sailing or slightly choppy!

The key themes explored in the four sessions are:
 The forgotten vow and how to keep your love alive.
 Understanding each other and the art of communication.
 Dealing with pressure points and handling conflict well.
 Love is a choice when the going gets tough.

There will be a small element of group discussion, but this course is primarily designed as a time for you as a couple to spend time together to enhance your relationship. Running via Zoom it will be easy to turn microphones and videos off for those discussions!

Although Care for the Family is a Christian organisation and this course has sound Christian principles; it is not a ‘bible study’ about marriage and is equally accessible to those of no or different faith.

    To book a place on this group, please complete the form below, ONCE BOOKINGS OPEN ON 3rd January 2021!

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