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Marriage Group – I Love You More

Over the past few months, Leanne and I have noticed marriages crumbling around us. We are both committed to making our marriage the best it can be; we are also interested in helping others out in making their marriages better. As a result, Leanne and I are starting a marriage group at our home. Here are the details as we are advertising them:

Does your marriage need a shot in the arm? How about trying this six week marriage group that is sure to give you a boost? Meetings will be every Wednesday from January 23, 2008 through February 27, 2008 and will include discussion based on a DVD and book tiled I Love You More by Drs. Les and Leslie Parrot. The one and a half hour weekly sessions will start at 6:30PM at the home of Jon and Leanne Stolpe. The cost for the series is $30 per couple and includes a book and two workbooks (childcare is NOT provided). Space is limited, so sign up today by contacting Leanne at Here’s some more information about this exciting upcoming series:
Even the Best Marriages Have Problems. The question isn’t whether struggles will arise, but how will husbands and wives handle them when they come.

1. Love is not enough
2. Tackle this problem first . . . and all others get easier
3. The subtle saboteurs of every marriage
4. How to solve any problem in five (not-so-easy) steps
5. Joining your spirits like never before
6. The good that comes from a problem-solving marriage

In this six-session small group edition DVD curriculum, authors Les and Leslie Parrott show you how the same forces that can chip away at marriage can become a catalyst for new relational depth and richness—provided you make wise choices. Whether the problem is major or mild, you’ll learn how to transform nettlesome issues into loving opportunities. After learning the invaluable principles the Parrotts reveal in this small group kit, you’ll never look at everyday problems in your marriage the same way again.

Let us know if you’re interested.

Until the next post, “Love is the Seventh Wave…” (Sting)

January 6, 2008 - Posted by | marriage

1 Comment »

  1. This is an awsome thing you guys are doing. One thing that escapes our vision is the marital/divorce statistics. Their is no difference in the divorce rate between Christians and non-Christians. I have witnessed similar problems and have been providing counsel to a close friend right in the middle of a marital collapse. I will be praying for the success of your group.


    Comment by Ryan | January 11, 2008 | Reply

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