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Deep Love Assessment: September 13, 2017

Should you not have time to invest in the more detailed and powerful SYMBIS (Save-Your-Marriage-Before-It-Starts) program with a certified facilitator, then consider the Deep Love Assessment. Deep Love is similar to SYMBIS in that is provides a report that gets into a variety of relationship issues including a couple’s personality types, intimacy, and how they shape issues like communication and conflict management.

Once a couple has completed the Deep Love Assessment, they will receive the results directly to their email and will also receive a “Deep Love Action Plan” that recommends how to debrief their results together.  The Action Plan is a fun-filled and informative guide that will walk the couple through four “dates” that correspond to four sections in their report: personality, communication, conflict, and adaptability.

If you decide to take the assessment, you can learn more and sign up by visiting the website: http://www.deeploveassessment.com


Come Join the XO Marriage Tour: August 3, 2017

Grow old together

Grow Old Together: Living, Loving, & Laughing

Whether your marriage is thriving, steady, or in need of some life, we welcome you to join us for a day of investing in your marriage.  On Saturday, October 7, 2017, Darin and Sandi will be attending the XO Marriage Conference hosted at Grace Community Church. Come spend a day with other couples and notable marriage speakers such as Jimmy & Karen Evans, who understand that marriage is a relationship that needs to be nurtured for it to grow and strengthen. Click on the link to learn more about XO Marriage Conference. Let us know if you register, so we can celebrate with you.


Whose Job Comes First?: July 28, 2017

Korn Ferry published an article titled, Whose Job Comes First?, that describes the monetary and non-monetary factors that dual income parents use when deciding which parent should stay home to raise their children.  Parenting should be a co-leadership position and what might be right for one family may be different for another.  Husband and wife should also consider how God has called each to serve and what is in the family’s best interest.