4 ways to host the couples conference from your home

This summer, on July 28th, couples from across the country will log on to the virtual marriage conference via webcast. This will be a day of strengthening our marriage, learning tools to make us stronger, happier, and in some circumstances, begin to repair what is broken.
The beauty of the virtual couples conference is you do not have to travel. In fact, there’s an opportunity for you to host it right in your home.
1. Invite Couples- open your home to friends and other married/engaged couples to focus on strengthening your marriage.

2. ¬†Add Food + Drinks- break bread together with a few of your favorite foods. A themed pot luck ain’t a bad idea (hint, hint).

3. Pray Together- this is the perfect time to develop a couples prayer list to guide your prayers for one another. Don’t forget to download the free couples prayer request sheet prior to the conference. God is going to cover your marriage and He is going to bless you.

4. Have Fun- enjoy the fellowship with other couples and get to know each other on a more personal level. Just enjoy the time together while you dig deep into the conference.

BONUS** Offer Childcare- take the opportunity to employ a responsible teen or single person to keep the kiddos busy with games, food + fun.

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