Connecting the Dots for Ministry Marriages
A Marriage Seminar for Heartland Conference Ministers and Spouses
February 12 – 13, 2016
Are you ready to experience God’s best in your relationships? Connecting the Dots is a day-and-a-half interactive workshop designed for married couples or singles, engaged couples, troubled or divorcing couples, couples with a good marriage who want to make it better, and couples who want the tools for real change in their marriage, their relationship with God, and their relationship with others.
Imagine learning new techniques that will improve every relationship you have. Now imagine being able to practice those techniques right away! In each interactive session, you will learn skills that will allow you to deepen your relationship with God, improve your relationship with others, and learn things about yourself you never knew. Connecting the Dots between God, Others, and Yourself is exactly what happens at this life-changing event! You owe it to yourself and all the other people who care about you.
Cost: $100 per couple. Includes workshop and lunch on Saturday. Hotel cost is separate.
Location: Embassy Suites Hotel, 1815 S Meridian, Oklahoma City. $113 plus tax. Includes 2 room suite, complimentary manager’s reception with beverages and snacks 5:30-7:30PM and full buffet breakfast. Please call 405-682-6000 to make reservations. Discounted rate cut-off is January 22, 2016.
Schedule: Friday: 6:00 – 9:00 pm. Saturday: 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Presenters: Bob and LaRue McDaniel
We have spent over 30 years building strong marriages through Biblical coaching and by teaching interactive workshops to married and engaged couples all over the United States. We are constantly amazed at the power of God to change peoples’ lives. We’ve seen marriages that were in shambles turned around to become not only One Flesh Marriages for the hurting couple involved, but also a place of hope and restoration for their own friends and extended family. The love of God works in every area of life.
Our mission is preparing couples for a “one flesh” marriage of mutual respect, taking the love that god has given us and giving that love to others, who will give it to others, who will give it to others.