Do you want a great marriage? Most people do. Yet, few people have great marriages, in large part because it is so easy to settle for the mundane in marriage. Marriage and family life expert, Willie Batson, uses expert wisdom and practical common sense to show how several indispensable marital tools can help any couple build a satisfying, fun, loving, and lasting marriage.
Marriage and family life expert, Willie Batson, uses expert wisdom and practical common sense to show how several indispensable marital tools can help any couple build a satisfying, fun, loving, and lasting marriage. Couples attending this conference will learn how to…
*Saturday: 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
WHAT DO YOU WANT FOR YOUR RELATIONSHIP?
For most people the answer includes, “I want to feel connected to my partner again. I want to Trust, and be trusted; I want us to communicate from our hearts and feel the joy of our relationship.”
Connection, Communication and Trust. What a great foundation for a marriage that lasts. And not just endures but thrives. These three qualities, when nurtured in marriage, lead to a fulfilling intimacy as God designed it. During this weekend you will:
Renew your friendship with your spouse
Kindle the flame of love and passion in your marriage
Focus on the one your heart loves
Refresh your intimacy and affection
Connect your marriage to what is most important
Join us for a weekend getaway on the coast of Maine where you and your spouse can take some time for sun and fun while taking your relationship to a new level of passion and intimacy in your relationship.
Friends and lovers. What a great foundation for a marriage that lasts. And not just endures, but thrives. These two qualities, when nurtured in marriage, lead to a fulfilling intimacy as God designed it.
Using the love story found in the Old Testament book of Song of Solomon, Willie Batson shows couples how a deep friendship is clearly at the foundation of their marital relationship and the driving force behind their romance. In Friends & Lovers: Keys to a Lasting Marriage, married couples discover how building a satisfying friendship with their spouse can be a way of enhancing their joys and take the edge off their difficulties.
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Many have said that love is the glue that holds a marriage together. But what kind of love? Where’s the holding power when the “in love” feeling is weak? How can you express love in a way that your spouse gets it?
Conflict in marriage is unavoidable, but combat is optional. This seminar reviews why we get angry and suggests practical ways to build a safe-haven marriage.
Men and women have different ideas about intimacy in marriage, but the goal is the same – to be in a relationship in which both husband and wife experience deep levels of intimacy as God intended. Through this seminar married couples can learn how to connect in emotional and physical ways that build a great marriage for a lifetime.
We all will face giants at one time or another in our marriages – grudges, disappointments, boredom, fruitless communication, and stressful circumstances. This workshop encourages couples to not run from the giants in marriage. Instead, tackle the tough times together with a focused battle plan.
At some point in his life, every man has walked through the minefield of a woman’s questions. He can usually smell the danger, but often underestimates the explosive nature of his wrong answer. Few men ever stop to think about what lies beneath the surface of her questions in order to engage her heart. The loaded questions women ask of men expose more about the asker than they do about the one being asked. Jere Vincent shares what he has learned about what wives want from their husbands.
Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall. Humpty Dumpty had a great fall. All the king’s horses and all the king’s men, Couldn’t put Humpty together again. Poor egg. Humpty’s life was scrambled in a milli-second. Being in the wrong place at the wrong time with the right breeze shattered his shell and fried his future. There are at least three things that can shatter a man’s marriage. Three things can knock him off the wall. Three things that, if not dealt with openly and honestly, will destroy his marital future – addictions, pornography, and inappropriate relationships. Humpty Dumpty may not seem relevant, but Willie believes HD’s example can teach me at least three lessons on how to protect their hearts and marriage.
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