The Scripture teaches that God instituted marriage as an earthly
The Scripture teaches that God instituted marriage as an earthly picture of Christ’s relationship with the church (Ephesians 5:22–32) and that God created marriage to be the foundation of a strong church and stable society. It was His intent that the marriage covenant should be between a man and a woman for a lifetime. God never intended for the marriage relationship to function without His involvement. As such, we believe that the most successful marriages are Christ-centered and where each spouse is submitted to God and His Word. We believe every couple needs the full measure of God's grace in their relationship, as well as training and relational encouragement, to have a successful, lifelong marriage.More on Marriage / Divorce / Remarriage
We are here to equip all families with biblical support, training, and resources resulting in transformed families and Gospel-impacted communities. Our marriage enrichment programming is Bible-based, Gospel-centered, and grace-fueled. Resources and information found below.
Whether your marriage needs to be reignited, or be completely resurrected, re|engage is a safe place for couples to reconnect. This ministry offers hope to marriages by helping couples move toward oneness through stories of grace, teaching, and small groups. re|engage is a marriage enrichment ministry; whether couples are struggling to get along, have broken relationships, or simply want to grow closer together, marriages in any condition can benefit.
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Merge is a premarital discipleship ministry designed for seriously dating couples and those who are engaged. It's a chance to seek wisdom and receive counsel about marriage in a safe, fun, and authentic environment. Merge is offered as a weekly class and an occasional weekend conference.
Merge addresses common questions and challenges from a biblical perspective. Class dynamics include large group teaching, small group discussion with mentors, and weekly homework.
Considering marriage or engaged to be married? Attend pre-marriage counseling offered by several pastors at Grace. For more information, email .
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Our Merge (premarital) class is also offered occasionally as a weekend conference for engaged couples or couples who are seriously dating. Merge is a premarital discipleship ministry and the weekend is a chance to seek wisdom and receive counsel about marriage in a safe, fun, and authentic environment. The Weekend Conference addresses common questions and challenges from a biblical perspective and includes large group teaching, small group discussion with mentors, and a workbook filled with great material to go over and bring home.View Upcoming Merge Conferences
We desire to deepen and strengthen marriages, by focusing on Gospel-driven principles, resulting in long-term stability and health of the marriage.
“Therefore as you have received Christ Jesus the Lord, so walk in him, having been firmly rooted and now being built up in him and established in your faith, just as you were instructed, and overflowing with gratitude.” (Colossians 2:6-7)
Join us for this one-day livestream event just for stepfamily couples, single parents, dating couples with kids, and those who care about blended families.Learn More
This eight-session study is for dating, engaged, and married couples with blended families. It will cover topics on circumstances that are unique to couples in blended families.
If your marriage is in need of healing, consider biblical counseling to repair and strengthen your relationship. Our counseling practice includes the importance of prayer, dependence on God, a thorough knowledge of the Word of God, and an understanding of ministering to people. For more information, visit our Care page or call 952-224-3023.
During this 13-week care and support group, you will join others who are also experiencing the painful and stressful time of a separation or divorce. Individuals will watch a video seminar featuring top experts on divorce and recovery subjects. This group does not meet during the summer.