Marriage is a journey meant to be lifelong, shared with a partner. But, if we're honest, it isn't always easy. Our Healthy & Whole Marriages Team hopes to help you navigate this journey and empower you to cultivate and maintain a healthy and whole marriage for life.
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We take our cars for routine maintenance. We attend continuing education courses or training classes for our careers. Married couples, however, aren't always as consistent about investing or participating in a marriage sustaining course. But great marriages don't just happen. Cultivating a healthy and whole marriage occurs by two willing spirits working together in harmony, using the right tools and wisdom to achieve a full and satisfying life together.
When Seth & Damia got married in 2007, many of the marriages that had inspired their own love story had begun to end, often in very toxic ways. Years later, as a practicing family law attorney, Damia gained professional experience with seeing the effects of how greatly unhealthy relationships impact more than just the two primary people involved. Although they'd attended premarital counseling, Seth & Damia began frequenting marriage conferences to secure the health and success of their own marriage. Believing the success and health of a marriage, has affects beyond the two people in the marriage, Healthy and Whole Marriages Conference, Inc. seeks to provide resources that will encourage and cultivate healthy and whole marriages thereby creating healthy and whole families and communities. Damia, along with her husband, Seth desire to encourage couples to see their marriage as a blessing and ministry that although sometimes challenging, with the right tools and perception, can be fun filled.
WE WANT YOUR MARRIAGE TO WIN!
Through couples activities, annual conferences, monthly marriage motivation sessions, and other events, Healthy & Whole Marriage Conferences, Inc. seeks to foster healthy and whole marriages that will create and cultivate healthy and whole families, and communities.