Final Day to Register is Feb 21
Marriage One-Day Schedule
Saturday, February 23, 2019
Doors open | 8:30am
Light breakfast served | 8:30-9:00am
General Session 1 | 9:00-10:00am
Coffee Break | 10:00-10:15am
Breakout Session #1 | 10:30-11:15am
Break | 11:15-11:30am
Breakout Session #2 | 11:30-12:15pm
Lunch | 12:30-1:30pm
Interview | 1:30-2:00pm
General Session 2 | 2:00-2:45pm
Afternoon Snack | 2:45-3:15pm
Worship & Communion 3:15-3:30pm
Vow Renewal | 3:30-3:45pm
Alter Prayer | 3:45-4:00pm
Our Guest Speakers
Pastor Jeffery & Joanne Portmann
Pastor Jeffery and Joanne Portmann are longtime friends of Pastor Bryon and Lindsay. They live in Puyallup, Washington where they planted NewHope Church from scratch 5 years ago. They are high school sweethearts and have been dating for over 30 years and have two sons Justus and Josiah. They love spending time with family and at the beach in Hawaii (Joanne was born there). Lifelong learners, Jeffery has a Doctorate of Ministry and Joanne is working on a PhD. in Education. Thai food is our favorite, and travel, speaking, developing leaders, most sports, shave-ice, and a good movie pour life into us.
3 Breakout Sessions
Conflict & Romance
Do you long for the days of fun dates and exciting nights? Does your marriage seem more like a constant battle than a passionate romance? Do you feel like you and your partner can’t seem to agree? How can you spark romance in your marriage while balancing healthy conflict?
With the everyday pressures, schedules and demands of modern day life, the battle for intimacy and joy is a real one. Learn to love, truly forgive and get on to making up the right way.
Are you in an endless cycle of spending and saving but not really feeling any progress? You budget and balance your finances but it never seems to be enough? You are not alone. Life happens and financial expectations become difficult to balance and negotiate in marriage.
Did you know that financial conflict has been identified as one of the most common reasons for conflict among married couples. Can financial freedom become a reality? Yes, but only through conversation, planning, budgeting and agreed upon financial priorities.
Ever feel alone when you parenting? Or are you children running your life? Where does most of your conflict come from? Disagreements with your spouse on how to a parent and discipline? Parenting is the most difficult of responsibilities but also the most rewarding.
The balance can only happen in conversations and actions that affirm you and your spouse as one on the parenting front. Sharing a common vision can help you both as couple and as parents. Learning to work together and communicating will get you from war to victory with raising your children in your home.