• Marriage Enrichment

Weekend To Remember (Family Life)

Weekend To Remember (Spaced is limited. For full details go to:
http://www.familylife.com/weekendtoremember2015

Focus:

Life has a way of overwhelming a marriage. Jobs, kids, activities, errands. Before you know it, checking your e-mail is more important than carving out a date night. FamilyLife’s Weekend to Remember® marriage getaway is a chance to make a change. It’s a time to rediscover each other and find more intimacy in your life together.

Connect:

When you arrive for the weekend, we’ll help you step away from daily life. Cell phones are turned off. To-do lists are forgotten. You'll find it's a warm, engaging environment that’s all about making progress in your marriage, not placing blame.

Discover:

What you and your spouse will hear during the Weekend to Remember® is not just one couple’s opinion on marriage. Instead, it is the result of more than three decades of biblical research by a team of men and women who distilled what it takes to have a successful marriage and family.
The Weekend to Remember getaway is not a large counseling session, and you will not be asked to participate in small groups. Rather, you will receive marriage-changing principles that you can take home and apply to your daily lives that will strengthen your marriage. During the weekend, you will learn how to:
• Receive your spouse as a gift.
• Clarify your role as a husband or wife.
• Resolve conflict in the relationship.
• Maintain a vital sexual connection.
• Express forgiveness to one another.
• Increase your commitment, creating an even deeper level of intimacy.
Our speakers will show you exactly how to pursue a marriage that really works through stories of their own breakthroughs and blunders. Every couple drives away with a roadmap to a great marriage. We want you to leave the weekend with encouragement, hope, and practical tools to build and grow your relationship. That’s why we call this a Weekend to Remember.

Hotel:

FamilyLife recommends that you enhance your getaway experience by staying overnight at the getaway hotel. The getaway hotels have graciously extended a special discount for all Weekend to Remember guests.

*hotel, meals, and parking not included in the registration price.
Special getaway hotel room rate: $95 per night

For registration go to: Weekend To Remember (Spaced is limited) http://shop.familylife.com/p-4056-sacramento.aspx

Contact Information
Contact Name: http://shop.familylife.com/p-4056-sacramento.aspx
Contact Email:
Phone: Hotel phone: 916-929-8855
Registration/Organization URL: http://shop.familylife.com/p-4056-sacramento.aspx
Class Location
Double Tree Hotel Sacramento
2001 Point West Way Sacramento, CA 95815
Details
Date/Time: Sep. 25 - 27, 2015 http://shop.familylife.com/p-4056-sacramento.aspx Special getaway hotel room rate: $95.00/ night Hotel phone: 916-929-8855 Please note this is posted by a third party and we do not intend to obligate any organization or person by listing this unsolicited event.
Language: English
Stage of Relationship: Marriage Enrichment
Region: Northern-inland
Cost: $$149.99 Plus Hotel $95/night
Class URL: http://shop.familylife.com/p-4056-sacramento.aspx

This class is not sponsored by Healthy Relationships California and is not receiving benefits from Federal Grant #90FM0019.

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Partial funding for this project was provided by the United States Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families, Grant: 90FE0104. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the United States Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families.