New! Run ‘Building a Safe & Strong Marriage’ course online

Strengthen marriages in your community through our new online course

We are thrilled to announce that the Building a Safe & Strong Marriage course is now available for couples to do online with our new e-learning platform. Moving the course online means that churches can continue to strengthen marriages in their community, regardless of the social distancing measures currently in place where you are.

In the video below, hear Keith & Sarah Condie, creators of the course, explain why they decided to move the course online, and how they believe it can help churches in a time of social distancing or restrictions on meeting in-person:


Discounts for group access

Churches and other organisations who would like to register a group of couples can do so with a special discount, which increases the more couples you register:

Number of couplesPrice/couple


Register your group

If you’d like to run ‘Building a Safe & Strong Marriage’ at your church, or organisation, follow these easy steps:

  1. Download the registration form & fill it in

  2. Email the registration form to

  3. We will then add your participants’ details to the online course platform and invoice your organisation for the number of couples you would like to register.

  4. Couples will be emailed their login details and can begin enriching their marriage using ‘Building a Safe & Strong Marriage’. Your group has access to the course for 10 weeks from your start date.


A taste of the online course

The online course is easy to use and takes couples through each session at their own pace.
an open laptop sits on a bed with the marriage course on the screen. Flowers are in the background.
Couples can do the course at home during a time of social distancing.
Grab a tablet or a computer and you’re ready to start the course.
Participants watch course content, interact with questions and spend time discussing their marriage.
The online course features all the same content as the original, packaged on an e-learning platform.

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