Our Next Marriage Intensive Is: February 22-24, 2018
Men and women don't call their lawyers, spend thousands of dollars in legal fees, move out of their homes and leave their children because they want a divorce. They make these painful choices because they've lost hope. In their hearts, they simply don't believe things will ever get better.
Yet there is hope.
The Atlanta Center for Marriages is a Christian ministry dedicated to lowering the divorce rate in North Atlanta and enriching marriages. Our Marriage Intensive is a three-day weekend event designed for couples who are in crisis and have lost hope. The program is modeled after the most effective marital interventions currently used in the country today.
Our Five Most Asked Questions.
1. HOW DOES A MARRIAGE INTENSIVE WORK?
Couples begin the weekend on Thursday evening. Upon arriving you will meet the other participants and the group facilitator. Session one takes place on Thursday. Couples return on Friday morning to participate in sessions until dinner time. Couples resume again on Saturday morning for a full day of group meetings. The Atlanta Center for Marriages recommends that couples stay in a nearby hotel on Thursday and Friday evening instead of going home. Couples benefit from being away from the stress and distractions of home. Being together for two nights allows you to rest and talk about your experience during the day.
2. WHAT KIND OF COUPLE IS THIS INTENSIVE DESIGNED FOR?
Couples don't spend thousands of dollars and break up their families because they want to get divorced. They choose divorce because they have lost all hope that their marriage will ever get better. The Atlanta Center for Marriages has designed a 3 day marriage weekend that was created to give couples hope again. Whether you are recovering from an affair, have become separated or are considering divorce, an intensive can give you what you need.
3. why should I believe this Marriage Intensive will work?
After leading marriage intensives for over 10 years, Tim Bouman has discovered that couples who receive the most benefit from marriage intensives are those recovering from infidelity or are considering divorce. His experience with couples combined with years leading marriage intensives create a powerful healing experience. 80% of couples who attend a marriage intensive reconcile their relationship.
4. WHO WILL BE LEADING THIS MARRIAGE INTENSIVE?
Tim Bouman is a counselor, speaker and the founder of The Atlanta Center for Marriages. His work is having tremendous success in helping couples prepare for and grow in their marriages and relationships.
5. When and where is the next Marriage Intensive?
The next Marriage Intensives will be held on February 22-24, 2018 at Stone Creek Church in Alpharetta, Georgia. Couples will meet on Thursday evening, all day Friday and all day Saturday.