The Art of Marriage
For more than three decades, FamilyLife has been helping couples understand God’s design for relationships. Now, in this fresh new video guided event, couples have the opportunity to look at their relationship in a whole new way. Weaving instruction from respected pastors and Bible teachers together with compelling stories, humorous vignettes, man-on-the-street interviews and more, The Art of Marriage will help couples apply what the Bible teaches about marriage in a powerful way. It’s practical, funny, and straight to the heart.
The Art of Marriage event consists of six video sessions and an accompanying manual that provides couples with projects to help apply the principles taught during each session. The manual is also designed for couples to use after the event by offering articles, date night ideas, and useful tips for continuing to strengthen their marriage.
WHEN: Saturday, August 26, 8 AM – 5 PM
WHERE: The Sunrise Chapel at Sandia Presbyterian Church
COST: $40 per couple
CHILDCARE: Provided from 8 AM - 5:15 PM for $10 per child
DEADLINE: Sunday, August 13
CONTACT: Rev. Jeff Pearson at
- Will I have to share about my marriage with other people?
No. There are no small group discussions. The sessions are in a lecture format. There is time in the schedule for couples to work on practical projects alone.
- Is lunch provided?
No. We will provide drinks and snacks. Couples will go out to lunch alone to work on a project during lunch.
- What do we bring if we put our children in the childcare provided at the church?
Packed lunch and a bag with any personal things (diapers, change of clothes, bottles, formula, etc.)
- Where do we take our children?
Babies and toddlers under two will be in the Nursery and Cry Room.
2-5 year olds will be in the Exaltation Station.
Elementary age kids will be in the Fascination Station.
- What will our kids do while they are in childcare?
All ages will have age appropriate toys, books, games, crafts, snacks, movie time, and outside/gym play time.
- What if our kids still nap?
Babies and toddlers will have two rooms so one will be a quiet room and one will be a play room.
2-5 year olds will have a 30-minute quiet time with additional nap time allowed for those still sleeping.
- Who do I contact if I still have questions about childcare?
Contact Jennie Jacobson, Director of Children’s Ministries, at .