Keith speaking during marriage course

How to find a marriage course

Building a Safe & Strong Marriage is available to purchase and run in small groups at a church, a community organisation, or in someone’s home. We are thrilled that a growing number of organisations are enthusiastic about running the course to benefit couples in their community.

As more and more people run the course, we will continue to update our list of upcoming courses here and announce them on social media here.

If you can’t find a course in your local area, you could suggest to your local church or community organisation that they run it, or volunteer to run one yourself and benefit other couples!

Another option is to take the course at home. To do this, you will need to purchase the DVD’s or downloads, as well as Facilitator Manual (so you understand what is happening in each session) and a Participant Workbook for each person taking the course. You can find these items in our shop.

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