A successful marriage is an edifice that must be rebuilt every day.
Marriage requires effort, intentional actions, and the support of others.
Leanne and I have watched and wept as we’ve seen a few marriages around us collapse. On the other hand, we’ve been so blessed to see many of the marriages around us thrive. And we’ve also witnessed the simple survival of many marriages.
We celebrated our 21st wedding anniversary this summer. We’ve had our ups and a few downs. We’ve felt distance at times, and we’ve felt amazing intimacy in our marriage.
What we’ve learned is building a dynamic marriage – a marriage that grows, evolves with life, and thrives – takes work.
Early this summer, we traveled to New Jersey to become certified facilitators for the Dynamic Marriage class associated with Marriage Dynamics Institute. The weekend training was intense and powerful.
This week (actually tomorrow), we will be starting our first Dynamic Marriage class. The class is 9 weeks long, and it will take participants through and intentional path toward building a stronger marriage. Twelve couples have signed up for the class (a full class) which means thirteen couples (including Leanne and I) will have the opportunity to significantly impact their marriages.
We’d love your prayers for the couples in this class and for us as we facilitate.
If you’re interested in participating in a future Dynamic Marriage class, let me know. You can email me at email@example.com.
What is one thing you have done to invest in your marriage?