We recently looked into people's New Year's resolutions and found that they vary dramatically. Many wanted to exercise more, others wanted to eat more cake. One chap even wanted to learn to juggle ... while balancing on top of a horse. No words ...
Although the first two are certainly worth trying, we think investing in your marriage should be at the top of the list this year, and we can help!
Join our speakers, Katharine Hill and Philip Jinadu at our marriage event as they recall their own heart-felt, sometimes comical, relationship hits and misses. They'll also explore four essential elements of building a vibrant and fulfilling marriage — communication, connection, conflict and commitment.
These events are on:
19th May — Reading 2nd June — Glasgow
20th May — Watford 3rd June — Carlisle
21st May — Cambridge 4th June — Liverpool
Early bird rate £4 until 31st March — Standard rate £7
"It's really informal and a really relaxed atmosphere. It doesn't feel like a lecture. You feel like you can actually relate to what's being said."
We're convinced that every couple can be strengthened through this event.
The Care for the Family Team
Care for the Family — a Christian response to a world of need. A registered charity (England and Wales 1066905; Scotland SCO38497)
A company limited by guarantee No. 3482910
Registered in England and Wales — Registered Office: Tovey House, Cleppa park, Newport, NP10 8BA
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