How much is your marriage worth?

How much is your marriage worth?  That’s not really a fair question. There are so many ways you could answer it.  My fear, though, is that it is worth way more than we are investing in it.

  • Is it worth a weekend away to work on renewal?
  • Is it worth  48 hours away from the kids…and everything else…to reconnect?
  • Is it worth creating time and space to dream and imagine?
  • Is it worth finding some encouragement and some coaching for helping you thrive?

I think it is.  Over 15 years, Jenny and I have done a guided weekend retreat 3 times.  The last time was 2 years ago at something called “Weekend to Remember” here in Chicagoland.  It was exactly what we needed at the time.  I’ve seen marriages benefit greatly whether as routine maintenance, a tune-up, or a complete overhaul.

In sync with our message series, Suncrest has arranged for anyone connected to us  to receive HALF-PRICE registrations at an upcoming “Weekend to Remember” March 23-25. One of our pastors and his wife (Bobby/Beka Jackson) are going and would love to have you there too.  (If those dates don’t work, “Weekend to Remember” has other options also.)

To explore it, sign up, and get the 50% discount, just go to and follow the instructions on the “Weekend to Remember” link.

~ by Greg Lee on March 1, 2012.

2 Responses to “How much is your marriage worth?”

  1. When Eddie and I were young, we enjoyed something called Marriage Encounters, very similar, I think. What a wonderful gift to give yourselves and your children. There is nothing so beautiful as a happy marriage. We continued to attend anything we could find that would enhance our marriage, even as we got older. There is always something new to learn!
    I miss my husband every day, but I have beautiful memories, and I want others to enjoy marriage like we did. What a gift from God.

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