Check out our Breakout sessions
There will be two different sets of breakouts and you get to choose which sessions to attend!
Read about the different breakout session and see who the speakers are below.
An Intentional Marriage
Rick and Stephanie Kinney
Your marriage has the potential to create some incredible things - a strong family culture, financial stability, and a mission to live on purpose. But none of those things happen without a plan. Join us as we share tools that will help you develop a strategy to keep your marriage strong and growing.
Love Isn't Enough (First 5 years of marriage)
Mike and Dawn Nay
The wedding was beautiful and you love your spouse. Now the questions on everyone’s mind is how do I have a healthy marriage? Join us as we share tools and resources that will give you a foundation to start your marriage strong and keep you growing together.
Making Marriage Last
Doug and Pat Meye
What’s the secret to a marriage that stands the test of time? Long lasting marriages are comprised of small daily decisions to love one another well. Join us as we share tools that will help you navigate daily decision to keep your marriage strong and growing for the long haul.
Brad and Michelle Blakeley
Two imperfect people committed to loving one another leaves a lot of room for differing perspectives on many things in marriage. However, fighting fair can actually be a tool used to keep your marriage strong and growing. Join us for tools that will make disagreements productive and keep your marriage healthy.
Marriage First, Parent Next (Young kids)
Evan and Vanessa Hartsell
It’s so easy to allow the loud and immediate needs of our children to take precedence over the quiet and forgiving commitment of marriage. Join us for some practical ways to keep your marriage strong and growing through some of the most chaotic seasons of parenting.
Adrian and Merlelynn Harris
Chauffeur, short-order cook, calendar keeper, ATM machine, family counselor - these may be some of the roles you are currently playing in your teenagers life leaving your marriage best described as “passing ships”. Join us as we discuss practical ways to keep your marriage strong and growing through a season of parenting when everyone needs something.
Just the Two of Us
Mike and Dawn Nay
Whether for many years your marriage was filled with everyone else’s needs and now it’s back to the days you dreamed of or it has always just been the two of you, you may need to navigate new and different seasons. Join us as we discuss practical ways to keep your marriage strong and growing through a season of finding a new rhythms.
Living the Grand Life
Sam and Sue Blakeley
How do you keep your marriage fresh when your enter into a new season of grand-parenting, caring for your own parents or enter into retirement? Come ready to receive fresh encouragement to keep your marriage growing and strong as you learn to enjoy this new season of marriage.