Yes We Care: Giving families and youth a hope and a future.
Weekend to Remember Jobs, kids, activities, errands, and life have a way of overwhelming a marriage. Before you know it, other things are taking priority above what's most important: your spouse and family. Yes We Care has teamed up with FamilyLife’s Weekend to Remember® Marriage Getaway to help give couples an opportunity to make a change.
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. This is also idea for engaged couples or those looking to marry soon.
To sign up, click the button below, choose a trip that is convenient for you. Don't forget to use the group name "LEANONME" on the registration page.
The Art of Marriage The Art of Marriage video event weaves together expert teaching, real-life stories, humorous vignettes, and more to portray both the challenges and the beauty of God’s design. In The Art of Marriage, over 40 ministry leaders provide the expert teaching while couples who have struggled with real-life issues openly and honestly share their stories of pain, loss, forgiveness and grace. Since its release in 2011, more than 400,000 have participated in The Art of Marriage video event and small-group series, with 97% saying they would recommend it to other couples.
8 Habits of Successful Marriage It’s easy to fall victim to the false notion that marriage doesn’t matter. On the contrary, it does. The fact is, healthy marriage is associated with better health for men, women, and children; better performance in school for children; greater professional success for men; and dramatically lower rates of abuse for women. Yet our society continues to be plagued by one in every two marriages ending in divorce. The 8 Habits of a Successful Marriage workshop offers a framework for applying a universal, self-discovery approach that enables couples to communicate about their problems and resolve them successfully. If you are interested in any of these programs contact us today.
"I believe that by providing engaged and married couples a resource to fine-tune, enhance, or fix their relationship helps to create strong healthy marriages which in turn, helps to makes strong families." Rev. Clyde D. Talley, Executive Director