Your church can impact marriages. We can help.
We help you take the guesswork out of marriage ministry so marriages can thrive and your church can grow.
We help you can confidently create events, small groups, date nights, and more that can actually reach people in your church AND your community. (And as you can see in the photo, it works.)
What resources do we offer?
We help churches of all kinds—no matter the size, denomination, or location.
Why should I become a
Married People church partner?
We're a partnership, not a product.
There are plenty of church products out there—and those are great. But Married People is not just another product. We’re proud to partner with churches to improve marriages.
We don’t just provide great marriage ministry resources. We also give you the training and community you need to pull it off. We’ve got your back.
What do our partners say about us?
We love making our church partners look like the hero for their couples.
“Incorporating MarriedPeople in your budget and planning just might be the most significant thing you do all year.”
—Andy Stanley, Sr. Pastor North Point Ministries
“I’m don’t have to create the marketing around the different resources. Everything is ready for me to focus on building the relationships and connecting with people. “Jarrod Martin
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Get the training you need to succeed as a leader.
We’ve created a catalogue of training materials and resources to support you as a leader. From live webinars to conferences, we’ve got you covered.
What’s new on the leadership blog?
Every Thursday morning, we come out with a new blog post just for church leaders like you.
We have found that there is one simple but effective thing every church can do that impacts every couple. One of the best things your church can do to help married couples is send them regular, bite-sized tips and reminders through email.
What does our new membership resource mean for your marriage ministry? Even though we’ve created this for couples, we still want your church to succeed when it comes to helping couples.
Juggling lots of responsibilities—either in marriage or in ministry—takes planning ahead. It takes having a proactive approach to issues, rather than just reacting as they happen. It takes creating a plan and sticking to that plan.