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What Are We Committing to As Marriage Mentors?

Without exception, couples who choose to become marriage mentors with our organization are couples whose "ministry plate" tends to be already full.  That is because couples who make good marriage mentors also make good elders, deacons, small group leaders, youth/children's ministry helpers, men's/women's ministry...


Marriage Strengthening Tip #3: We Have Not Because We Ask Not

There are no doubt many reasons why we feel we do not know how to work on our marriage.  A sadly small percentage of people had parents who modeled or skillfully taught them, when young, about how to intentionallly work on their future marriage.  While the church of today is doing considerably better than ever...


Marriage Strengthening Tip # 2: Prioritize!

Let’s be honest, when we all come to the end of our life, what really matters is the relationship we’ve had with those who mean the most to us (a relationship with our Creator being most important).  Stuff, money, experiences, and most all else don’t mean squat in comparison.  (Accomplishments do count, if they...


You May Be Qualified to Become Marriage Mentors and Not Know It!

If you have not yet viewed the video under the GET INVOLVED tab on the home page, please do so.  Just hover your cursor over that tab and then click on the first drop down box that says BECOME A MENTOR COUPLE. 


Marriage Strengthening Tip # 1: Simply Ask, “What Can I Do to Help?”

Want a guaranteed way to improve the quality of your marriage by the end of the week?  Every 24-48 hours, simply ask your spouse the “magic question”: What can I do to help you today?  The entire merchandising world and service industry know the value of that question which is why the person selling you...


Blended Families, Blog # 1: Finally, a Mentor Driven Resource Specific to Remarriage!

If any couple could benefit from being mentored by a couple who has “been there done that”, it is a couple in a remarriage.  Trying to navigate the waters of “his, hers, and ours” in such a way as to fulfill their determination to make them all “ours” and thrive in their marriage in the midst of...