STRONGER MARRIAGES IN SIX HOURS?
There’s an Art to It
The Art of Marriage Premieres at Toccoa Falls College February 11 and 12, 2011.
On Valentine’s weekend, couples from this area will strengthen their marriages and families with THE ART OF MARRIAGE, a concise, entertaining, biblically sound, marriage-enrichment event from FamilyLife. THE ART OF MARRIAGE premieres in Grace Chapel on the campus of Toccoa Falls College on February 11, 2011. The event employs a new self-contained, DVD-based program. The six one-hour sessions will change the way couples view their marriage.
THE ART OF MARRIAGE weaves together expert teaching, engaging stories, real-life testimonies, and humorous vignettes. Couples will laugh, squirm, learn, and grow from the honest portrayal of the challenges every marriage faces. And they will find hope, no matter what shape their relationship is in, that their marriage can be a work of art.
The conference is sponsored by WRAF Radio (90.9 & 88.5 FM) and the Spiritual Formation department at Toccoa Falls College. WRAF Station Manager Bryan Race reveals In THE ART OF MARRIAGE participants find real stories, real help, and real hope, along with God’s intended design for a great marriage. The website to learn more and register is www.artofmarriagetfc.com.
For more than three decades, millions of people have improved their marriages with Family Life’s Weekend to Remember getaway. But what if the impact of that large-scale, three-day event could be packaged for local groups of all sizes? That spark ignited THE ART OF MARRIAGE.
We began to ask ourselves, what if we could condense this conference and translate it to video? Bob Lepine explains. Known to millions as the co-host of Family Life Today radio, Bob also oversees content development at FamilyLife. This is no video of someone on a stage or talking heads. It’s lively and real. It’s biblical principles for building strong marriages.