God can turn any marriage into a masterpiece

 

Art of Marriage Video Event

Friday March 4 and Saturday, March 5 | at Rooftop Church | Cost - $40 per couple ( includes two workbooks) 

All marriages are colored by personalities, passions and experiences. Making marriage work is a divinely inspired art form. For more than three decades, FamilyLife has been helping couples understand God’s plan for relationships. The Art of Marriage addresses the challenges of marriage and the beauty of God’s design for marriage. Ministry leaders Dennis and Barbara Rainey, Wayne Grudem, Russell Moore, Al Mohler, Voddie Baucham, Michael Easley, Mary Kassian, and others provide the expert teaching while couples who have struggled with real-life issues openly and honestly share their stories of pain, loss, forgiveness, and grace. 

You can pay for the workshop online now. If you prefer to pay by check later, please drop your payment ($40 per couple/$20 for a single) in the offer bag on a Sunday or mail it to Rooftop Church (6915 Weber Road, St. Louis, MO 63123). Mark it clearly "Marriage Workshop". Registration deadline is Feb. 27.

 

 

A Unique Video Event

The Art of Marriage will help couples build the God-honoring marriages that they desire. It also brings a fresh approach by weaving
together a variety of engaging elements:

  •  expert teaching from key ministry leaders
  • real-life stories from couples who have struggled in their own marriages
  • humorous vignettes
  • man-on-the-street interviews

Topics covered:

  • God’s Purpose and Plan
  • Overcoming Isolation
  • Fulfilling Our Responsibilities
  • Communication and Conflict
  • Experiencing Real Intimacy
  • Leaving a Lasting Legacy

Workshop Schedule:

Friday,  March 4

 6-7 pm - Registration
7- 9:30  pm - Video lessons and discussion

Saturday, March 5

8 am - Coffee and bagels/pastries
8:30 am- noon - Video lessons and discussion
Noon-1:30 pm  - Lunch (We encourage couples to go off on their own for a "Lunch Date")
1:30 - 4:30 pm - Video lessons and discussion

For more information, visit www.TheArtofMarriage.com or email Gene and Chris Moniz.