“You make known to me the path of life, you will fill me with joy in your presence…” Psalm 16:11

Marriage and Premarital Coaching

Are you living out God’s purposes for your marriage?

Marriage coaching is a conversation about how you want to grow and change in your marriage. 

Marriage coaching helps you to envision the ideal future for your relationship and to make your dreams a reality by setting goals and then completing the action steps you develop and choose to reach those goals. 

Marriage coaching focuses on identifying growth goals that both partners are motivated to pursue.  Each partner’s perspective is drawn out, clarified, and understood before goals are set and action steps are chosen.  Both partners must have equal opportunity to share their honest thoughts, feelings, and desires.

Maybe you don’t even know what changes you would like to make yet.  That’s ok.  A coach can help you to clarify how you would like to grow and to draw out your feelings, thoughts, and desires, enabling you to communicate to each other what you want.

Through coaching, you can learn to:

  • effectively listen to one another
  •  ask effective questions
  •  set shared goals
  • support and encourage one another as you work on your goals.

What does your marriage need?  How can it grow?

  •  More hope, joy, pleasure, and purpose?
  • More or better communication?  (The quality of your relationship is directly related to your conversations!)
  • More intimacy?
  • Physical affection?
  • Time together?
  • Fun and Recreation?

If your marriage could speak, what would it ask for?  What would you like more or less of?  What would you like to start or stop happening?  How do you feel in your marriage and how would you like to feel?  Most importantly, what would God like for your marriage?

Premarital Coaching

Premarital coaching is a wonderful way to give your marriage a strong foundation and great start!

Coaching helps you to prepare yourselves for marriage by working through topics such as:

  • Expectations
  • Sexuality
  • Finances
  • Communication
  • Problem Solving
  • Extended Family
  • Individual Interests
  • Friends
  • Dealing with and Resolving Conflict
  • Personalities
  • Spirituality
  • Families of Origin—gender roles, traditions, holidays, communication style, how affection was shown, finances, etc.
  • Goals you have for you marriage

 

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