Every couple wants a growing and healthy marriage. At Christ Community Church, we want to help you fulfill your vision by empowering married couples with meaningful, yet fun and creative, content presented in a comfortable environment.
Our Married People events offer couples an opportunity to connect with other couples, join a small group of couples,
and discover relevant and practical ideas that will help your marriage thrive!
Christ Community's Married People strategy has three simple components:
•Inspiring married couples in larger groups
•Empowering small groups
•Equipping individual couples
Our Married People LIVE! events are powerful two-hour events for married people of any age or at any stage of marriage. They always involve good food, lots of laughter, creative programming, relevant messages, and follow-up applications.
Childcare is provided.
We believe life change is best sustained in community. Married People Small Groups are one of the key places our faith grows. They meet once a quarter for a meal, some hang out time, and a time of study from the Bible about marriage with more great practical application!
Part of our Married People strategy is equipping individual couples because (admit it) life is hectic and sometimes we feel like we're too busy to focus on our relationship. We want to provide a little nudge here and there to help couples remember just how important it is to have one-on-one time.
We do this through our Married People Date Nights that are designed to promote a fun, shared experience and get couples talking again, one-on-one God’s way for marriage might not be easy to live out, but it is certainly easy to understand. God gives us only a few verses on how husbands and wives should love each other. We believe He did that on purpose.
From the precious few scripture verses on
marriage come the—
Core 4 Habits of a Great Marriage:
•Have Serious Fun
Having fun as a couple is not optional; it’s essential. We believe the best way to protect your marriage is to enjoy it regularly.
•Respect and Love
Of the few verses God gives to husbands and wives, the directive to respect and love is commanded more than any other. This truth really can set us free when we understand the interplay of respect and love.
•Love God First
When Jesus was asked about the greatest commandment, His answer was to love God with all you are and to love others as well as you love yourself. Loving God in your individual life greatly impacts your married life.
•Practice Your Promise
Our spouses trusted that we would do what we promised when we said “I do”—to love each other and to stay together no matter what. Knowing and experiencing a lasting commitment is vital to every marriage.
OUR NEXT MARRIED PEOPLE LIVE-GROUP NIGHT!
WILL BE IN:
TBD FALL 2018