Habits of a Healthy Marriage with Paul Tripp

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Habits of a Healthy Marriage

Every marriage is guided by a set of habits. The question is: Are they healthy habits that result in a God-honoring and joyful marriage, or are they bad habits that lead to a self-centered and strained marriage? In this new 4-lesson seminar, pastor, marriage counselor, and best-selling author Dr. Paul David will detail the necessary habits required for a healthy marriage while identifying the bad habits that need to be uprooted.

In this brand-new marriage event, Dr. Tripp will show you how to:

1. Develop Good Habits

The health of your marriage is not defined by two or three dramatic decisions but by hundreds and thousands of little moments.

2. Pull Weeds And Plant Seeds

You don’t expect your garden to bloom full of gorgeous flowers without pulling weeds and planting seeds, so you can’t expect your marriage to blossom without the same effort.

3. Deal With Your Differences

You will never be exactly the same as your spouse. Unity in marriage results when the husband and wife respond in love to the inevitable differences that exist in the lives of every couple.

4. Protect Your Marriage With Prayer

This side of heaven, there is nothing more important than to pray without ceasing. In the words of the Lord’s Prayer, you are given everything you need to experience God’s kingdom in your marriage.

This previously live-stream event will be shown in two sessions, Friday night from 6 to 9 and Saturday morning from 9-12.

We will serve coffee and snacks Friday night and a light continental breakfast on Saturday morning.

Cost:

$20 per couple or $15 for individuals in advance or $25 and $20 at the door.

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About our Speaker

Dr. Paul David Tripp is a pastor, speaker, marriage counselor, and award-winning author. With more than 20 books on Christian living, including the best-selling What Did You Expect?, Paul’s driving passion is to connect the transforming power of Jesus Christ to everyday life. Paul and his wife Luella live in Philadelphia; they have been married for 47 years and have four grown children.