The Marriage Weekend
When you signed up for marriage you signed up for two becoming one - two people, deeply intertwined, operating as one. It’s an incredibly profound reality because of the way it connects with the deepest parts of our being; the desire to love and be loved.
But who thought it would be so hard?
Who thought the pathway to this wonderful destination would be so difficult sometimes?
Marriage becomes harder when one or both of the marriage partners become less personal with each other. In marriage, a little disconnection leads to greater disconnection and a downward spiral which is hard to stop. There are many pressures which can steer marriages in this direction: shame, anger, anxiety, and idolatry (to name a few). For a marriage relationship to thrive it requires that both parties interact personally with one another in an ongoing way. When this doesn’t happen, the marriage suffers.
The marriage weekend is an opportunity for you to hear teaching and have deep conversations with your spouse. It is an opportunity for you to interact personally with them.
Who is it For?
Anyone who is married.
The Marriage Weekend aims to build into and grow all marriages. Whether you are struggling in your marriage or it is travelling well, the Marriage Weekend will be helpful for you.
Think of it as a marriage tune up where you get to hang out with your spouse in an intentional way.
Feel free to invite people from outside the Project Church.
The Marriage Weekend: Saturday 14th September 8am-2pm & Sunday 15th September 9:30am-11am at Toowoomba Christian College Auditorium
Morning tea and lunch provided on Saturday 14 September
No child minding provided. Please make your own arrangements.
RSVP by 10th September 2019
Once a year The Project holds a marriage weekend – a retreat for married couples to take time out and intentionally reorient to God and each other.
Register your interest below.