No matter the size of your church, you can invest in marriages through a marriage event. Here are some things to consider as you begin to build a budget for your event.
Perhaps your marriage events have hit a stale patch on road. You feel like the events look identical to the one before it. You’re ready to change things up and take these events to the next level.
Breakout notes from the 2019 Orange Conference breakout: Get the Most Out of the Married People Strategy with Ted Lowe.
Breakout notes from the 2019 Orange Conference breakout: Reaching marriages today with Matt Engle.
Orange Conference 2019 breakout notes from how to build a great marriage strategy with Ted Lowe and Dave Safstrom.
What makes marriage ministry personal for you? Who do you know that makes such a difference in the work you do? We recently asked that question on our private Facebook group. And here are some of the responses we got.
The 2019 Orange Conference is fast approaching! The theme for this year is IT’S PERSONAL: It Matters More When It’s Someone You Know. Which is appropriate for both a marriage and a marriage ministry.
Everything we do in marriage either brings us closer or further apart. It’s as if we’re constantly on a sliding scale, moving back and forth, further apart or closer together with our spouse.
Unlike the previous generation, millennials long for experiences instead of stuff. And what’s their biggest experience? Their family. They want to have a great family. They want to be great parents and have a great marriage.
This month on the blog, we’re talking all about email marketing in your marriage ministry. That means featuring our email resource—MP Monthly. This is a tool we’ve used to help churches build marriage ministries for the past few years.
Maybe you’ve already got a huge email list from your church’s married couples. But that’s probably not true for most churches. Many of you may struggle to collect emails.
We’ve found that there’s one simple, but effective thing every church can do to impact every couple—send them 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.
Years ago in our pre-married class, I started to use the image of a traffic light to help couples discern next steps in their relationship. While in our class, the lights have nothing to do with automobile traffic, they do provide a helpful guide for ministry leaders and mentor couples.