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Marriage Ministry Should Be More than a Great Valentine’s Banquet

By February 6, 2018 No Comments

By John McGee

Jesus said that the world would know us by our love. But when you look at the church and the world, there’s not a lot of difference in terms of divorce and other issues. The landscape of relationships is going through a sea of change greater than any time in recent history. Change is always accompanied by new and unforeseen opportunity. In our country, 74% of households consist of blended families, single parents, single adults, cohabitating couples, same-sex couples and couples without kids. Each group represents a fresh opportunity to experience the gospel through life-giving relationships.

Will your church be prepared to help relationships flourish?

Listen to Chad Moore the Senior Pastor of Sun Valley Community Church in Phoenix share his thoughts on why marriage ministry is more than just a nice program, why modeling grace is so important, and what their church is doing to take advantage of this opportunity for discipleship.

 

 

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John McGee

Author John McGee

Over the last 14 years, John has directed the Marriage Ministry at Watermark Community Church in Dallas, TX. There, he and his team have built a comprehensive marriage ministry that helps prepare nearly weds, establish newlyweds, and enrich and restore all marriages. He also directs re|engage – a church based marriage enrichment and restoration ministry. John is passionate about helping churches create or improve their own marriage ministry so they can become the marriage university and hospital in their community. John married his high school sweetheart Pam, and they have 2 sons and 2 daughters. He holds a ThM from Dallas Theological Seminary.

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