Fighting it out fair

How does your marriage handle conflict?

  • Sep. 15, 2011 10:00 a.m.

How does your marriage handle conflict?

Every marriage inevitably experiences conflict and tough times.  All relationships, both good and bad, will benefit from the Marriage Retreat “What You Need for FIGHTING it out FAIR in Your Marriage – Successfully Surviving Conflict and Tough Times” at the Campbell River Baptist Church, 260 South Dogwood Street, Oct. 14 – 16.

Keynote speakers, Don & Deb Schuiling, Director and Pastor of Family Ministry at the Maple Ridge Baptist Church, will speak at four sessions on the topic of “Fostering Connection” in your relationship to survive those tough times.

They will speak once Friday night 7–9 p.m., twice on Saturday 9 a.m. -4 p.m., and again Sunday Morning 10:30 a.m. (optional for those out of town or attending other churches).

The retreat will also feature two breakout sessions where attendees can choose two out of four breakout session topics:  1) Marriage in the Big Picture.  2) Finances & Marriage.  3)  For Men Only, with Ken Dewar.  4) For Women Only.

For more information phone (250) 287-8831, visit www.crbaptist.bc.ca, or e-mail admin.crbc@telus.net

Every marriage inevitably experiences conflict and tough times.  All relationships, both good and bad, will benefit from the Marriage Retreat “What You Need for FIGHTING it out FAIR in Your Marriage – Successfully Surviving Conflict and Tough Times” at the Campbell River Baptist Church, 260 South Dogwood Street, Oct. 14 – 16.

Keynote speakers, Don & Deb Schuiling, Director and Pastor of Family Ministry at the Maple Ridge Baptist Church, will speak at four sessions on the topic of “Fostering Connection” in your relationship to survive those tough times.

They will speak once Friday night 7–9 p.m., twice on Saturday 9 a.m. -4 p.m., and again Sunday Morning 10:30 a.m. (optional for those out of town or attending other churches).

The retreat will also feature two breakout sessions where attendees can choose two out of four breakout session topics:  1) Marriage in the Big Picture.  2) Finances & Marriage.  3)  For Men Only, with Ken Dewar.  4) For Women Only.

For more information phone (250) 287-8831, visit www.crbaptist.bc.ca, or e-mail admin.crbc@telus.net

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