Make a commitment in 2017 to put more effort into the most important relationship you will have with another person - YOUR SPOUSE! We encourage you not to settle for the leftovers of a busy life. Your marriage deserves more! Come attend some fun events or a workshop or two - see you there!
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Victoria, BC Feb 17-19, 2017
$280/couple (Early Bird: if registered by Feb 6, 2017)
$900/5 couples (Group Rate)
$380/couple (Regular Rate)
(Hotel, meals and parking NOT included) » Read more about registration rates
Special Getaway Hotel Room Rate: $140/night
Neil & Sharol Josephson
Neil and Sharol are the Directors of FamilyLife Canada and have been ministering to couples as marriage and family pastors for years. They are frequent speakers at the Weekend Getaway and their sense of humour, love for God, and passion for families endear them to people of all ages.
Dave & Rushia Klassen
Dave and Rushia have worked with Athletes in Action since 1989 and have been speaking at Familylife conferences for 15 years. Their funny, candid and honest approach to sharing make them easy and enjoyable to listen to.
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If you are wanting assistance in your marriage relationship or are engaged or considering marriage, Cedar Grove offers premarital and marital counseling. For this, please contact the Cedar Grove main phone number at 604-581-8933 to make an appointment with a Pastor.
For more general marriage/couples event and course information, registration and resource materials information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org We are happy to help you.
Teaching Materials that we currently use at Cedar Grove. Have a look and you will also find some great resources on these web pages:
Check out great articles and resources at Focus on the Family: http://www.focusonthefamily.com/marriage/gods_design_for_marriage.aspx
The “Four Horsemen”- Marriage Killers to Avoid! Read more here: http://www.gottmanblog.com/2013/04/the-four-horsemen-recognizing-criticism.html