LITTLE ROCK, Ark.--(www.familylife.com), the global, donor-supported leader in marriage events for more than 30 years, announces the national Spring 2013 schedule of Weekend to Remember events. A 2 ½ day romantic getaway, Weekend to Remember is the result of more than three decades of biblical research led by a team of men and women who distilled what it takes to have a successful marriage and family.)--FamilyLife® (
“Each event helps couples focus, connect and rediscover each other with marriage-changing principles that, when applied to daily life, strengthens relationships”
“Each event helps couples focus, connect and rediscover each other with marriage-changing principles that, when applied to daily life, strengthens relationships,” said Dennis Rainey, FamilyLife President and Founder. “In a time where economic pressures are rising and divorce is rampant, we strive to give couples hope and the tools for success in their marriage.”
The Spring 2013 schedule runs February through June and visits 70 cities, including Hershey, Pa., Virginia Beach and Reston, Va., Cincinnati, Ohio, Tulsa, Okla., Austin, Dallas and Sugar Land, Texas, Irvine, Calif., Oak Brook, Ill., Indianapolis, Ind., Little Rock, Ark., Saint Augustine, Fla., Concord, N.C., and Franklin, Tenn.
Couples in all stages of marriage or engagement will receive building blocks for strengthening and maintaining an intimate, healthy relationship through private, personal time with your spouse, dynamic speakers who share stories of rebuilding via their own breakthroughs and blunders, and one-on-one breakout sessions.
The Weekend to Remember event is not a large counseling session and couples are not asked to participate in small groups. Couples will learn to:
- Resolve conflict in the relationship and express forgiveness
- Maintain a vital sexual connection
- Increase commitment, creating a deeper level of intimacy
Click here for additional city listings or to find a Weekend to Remember event near you. To learn more about the event, view testimonials from couples or register online, visit www.FamilyLife.com/WeekendtoRemember.
For more than three decades, FamilyLife, a non-profit organization cofounded by Dennis and Barbara Rainey, has focused on the mission of using practical, biblical principles to build healthier marriages and families. FamilyLife, a 501c3 organization, works in over 100 countries around the world to help to transform lives and restore hope through its Weekend to Remember® marriage getaways, The Art of Marriage® video event, Homebuilders small-group Bible studies, FamilyLife Today® radio broadcasts, Hope for Orphans® orphan care ministry, FamilyLife publications, and online resources. For more information visit FamilyLife.com.