Do you remember the last time you really felt connected with your spouse? Didn’t it brighten your whole day?
Our relationships are about the quality of our connection. About our confidence that our spouse will be there when we need them. But that’s the challenge—we’re so easily distracted that we forgot to be intentional.
When our connections weaken, our relationships quickly turn from a source of support to a source of stress. This is especially true if you are facing or preparing for the unique demands of ministry!
Learning relationship skills empowers us to move from being distracted and divided by the demands of life toward being united together and facing those demands as a team. We'd like to help you do this, as we helped this couple:
“Coming into this retreat, I felt overwhelmed and exhausted and unmotivated from life. My hope was to leave with rejuvenation and direction, armed with a new attitude and a plan for the issues my husband and I face. This workshop was precisely what I needed. Kriss and Geoff’s gift of time and devotion to sharing these skills with us breathed new life into our marriage and helped me to feel invigorated to take what I learned home and begin practicing!”
When you join this interactive workshop you and your spouse will learn the ten practical skills to: + Recover the positive in your relationship, which may be overshadowed by the strains of this season of life.+ Move from destructive conflict toward connecting conversations that lead toward lasting solutions.+ Learn strategies to keep investing in your relationship for a lifetime of love.
This workshop is offered through Asbury Theological Seminary Office of Community Formation as a substantial discount. Instead of $95, the cost is only $50. Space is limited to 20 couples so reserve your spot today.