Cultivating Your Marriage
2018 Consortium Marriage Conference
How do you keep the song in your relationship? It is all too common for couples to drift apart over time. They get married, build careers, raise the children and then wake up one morning wondering who the other is. While each person in a marriage is an individual, once you are married you become a team. How you keep the team together is everything.
At the 2018 Consortium Marriage Conference, Dr. Timothy Lane will guide you in how to cultivate your marriage. At this conference you won't just talk about marriage. You'll engage with your spouse. You won't just learn about the Gospel. You'll apply it to your marriage using practical tools and exercises.
Location: Renaissance Portsmouth-Norfolk Waterfront Hotel, 425 Water Street, Portsmouth
Registration Cost: $25 / person (Please register each person attending the retreat separately (not "John & Sally Smith" but register John Smith & Sally Smith as separate attendees. Once you've entered the name of the first person attending, check the 'Add Someone Else' box as well and follow the instructions from there.) This registration fee does not cover lodging.
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Registration does not cover lodging costs.
About the Speaker
Dr. Timothy Lane is a counselor, speaker, and ordained minister in the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA). Beginning in 2001 until 2013, he served as a counselor and faculty at CCEF (Christian Counseling & Educational Foundation) in Philadelphia, PA. He has a Master of Divinity degree and a Doctor of Ministry degree in Pastoral Counseling and has authored Living Without Worry: How to Replace Anxiety with Peace, and also co-authored How People Change and Relationships: A Mess Worth Making. Tim is adjunct professor of practical theology at several seminaries where he teaches about pastoral care in the local church. Most recently, Tim has taught classes at Reformed Theological Seminary as well as SEMBEQ in Montreal, Canada. He is also the Founder and President of the Institute for Pastoral Care, a non-profit that equips local churches to care for their people, and Tim Lane & Associates, a counseling practice located in Peachtree City, GA. Tim and his wife, Barbara, live in Atl anta, GA. They married in 1989 and have four amazing children.