How to Stay Married and Stay in Ministry
Being married when you have a job is hard. It’s even more of a challenge when you’re a pastor. Here’s a few ways that you can have a successful marriage and survive in ministry.
How Ministry Will Test Your Marriage
Hear me if you are a young minister considering marriage—pastoral ministry is not a Norman Rockwell painting. Pastoral ministry will test the very bonds of your covenant marriage many times.
Measuring the Success of Your Marriage Ministry
One of the biggest challenges of marriage ministry is that it’s important, but not urgent. How then do you measure the success of your marriage ministry?
5 Solutions to Providing Childcare at Your Next Marriage Event
One of the biggest things preventing couples from attending marriage events is childcare. But this can be a tough service to provide. Here are five places you can rely on for childcare at your next event.
How to Work with Your Church’s Communications Staff
During one of our recent marriage ministry webinars, a church leader asked how she could better work with the communications staff at her church. She was having trouble getting marriage content added to the website and social media. Maybe this is a challenge you can...
Building a Marriage Ministry Beyond Yourself
When it comes to building a team, we often don’t want to burden someone else with the weighty duties associated with building a ministry. We think we can do it all ourselves.
3 Data Trends in Marriage and What They Mean For Your Church [with charts]
We want to share with you three findings uncovered within the past year by our friends at Barna—bringing valuable insight to how we talk about marriage within the church.
Why Lead Pastors Should Lead The Charge In Marriage Ministry
Marriage ministry is an important opportunity within the church. But most churches aren’t leveraging this opportunity because it’s not a priority for their senior pastor. Here’s why it should be.
10 Questions To Ask Yourself After Your Marriage Events
Marriage sermon series, events, and retreats and can be important and impactful on many levels. But after these larger environments, many married couples leave asking “Now what?”
[WEBINAR] Leveraging Volunteers For Your Marriage Ministry
Church leaders like you are busy. You’ve got a lot of things going on. You have too many responsibilities at your church. And you don’t want one more weighing you down.This may be one of the reasons why you’ve been hesitant to pursue starting a marriage ministry at your church.
Take Our 2019 Marriage Ministry Annual Survey
If you have 10 minutes, we’d appreciate if you would fill out our question survey. It’s all about getting to know you and your church better. And if you complete it before the end of 2019, you’ll be entered to win one of five $25 Amazon gift cards.
The Most Important Thing Your Church Can Do All Year
Every couple could benefit from connecting in new and creative ways. All marriages benefit from making memories that will enhance their relationship. Going out on a great date is just one way to do that.
Why Church Leaders Need to Date Their Spouse, Too
When was the last time you and your spouse went on a date? How often did you go on dates before you got married? Do you view dating as something that is extra or essential in your marriage?
Customizing Date Nights for Couples
Every year, we create Date Nights that your church can give to couples. Many of our church partners take this content to the next level by customizing the date nights. Want to know how you can do the same?
Meet Your OS: Misty Phillips
An Orange Specialist (or OS for short) is more than just a customer service representative—they’re part leadership trainer, encourager, coach, community builder, and technical support. An OS is what makes Married People a partnership, and not just a product.