Marriage & Family
Preparing for Marriage
Marriage can be a joyful and fearsome undertaking. For many, a careful examination of the road ahead is the first step towards a successful relationship.
The purpose of our seminar is to prepare couples for the challenges of the first few years of marriage. Couples moving toward a serious level of relationship will have the opportunity to explore their potential for the life long commitment of marriage, while recently married couples will learn tools to enhance their marriages.
The program consists of lecture, discussion, taking a National Compatibility Inventory as well as homework assignments. Couples also have the opportunity to participate in private counseling sessions.
Randy Johnson developed Preparing for Marriage because of a concern for married couples and the institution of marriage. Randy is committed to the principle of marriage permanency and believes that men and women can live in intimate, monogamous relationships for a lifetime.
Randy has developed Marriage Enrichment because of his great concern for successful and satisfying Christian relationships. Deeply committed to the principle of marriage permanency, he believes that achieving a successful and satisfying relationship takes an enormous amount of skills and a very specific skill-set. This workshop is designed to help Christians develop the skills required to be in a relationship in harmony.
The purpose of the seminar is to help Christians enhance their communication skills using Christian principles, while discovering new techniques to deepen their communication. The program consists of lecture, group discussion as well as homework assignments. Participants will have the opportunity to participate in additional relationship instruction or more focused Christian counseling sessions.
Randy has developed Divorce Recovery because of his great concern for the wounds that are inflicted when a marriage comes to an end. He believes that a when a bond develops between two people, and then is broken, shame and doubt often enter into a person’s identity.
Divorce Recovery is designed to help Christians restore their identities to health and wholeness found in their relationship to Christ. Participants will learn tools they can use to enhance their lives and future relationship whether they choose to enter into marriage or remain single for the rest of their lives.
The program consists of lecture, group discussion as well as homework assignments. Participants will also participate in two private counseling sessions.