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Save Your Marriage!

Have you heard the recent stats?

50% of marriages are ending in divorce, but don’t lose hope, you can save your marriage!

Gateway Church Marriage Conference (Love Always) led by Pastor Robert Morris is a great resource for married couples seeking to strengthen their bond and commitment. Attendants can gain valuable insight into the challenges of marriage and learn tips for improving communication between spouses and how to save their marriage from divorce.

Re-watching Love Always is a proactive step towards saving an unhealthy or struggling marriage. Not only will the advice provided be helpful in rebuilding trust and understanding, but the positivity reinforced at each session may give couples extra motivation to commit themselves to change.

Participants will gain biblical understanding to help develop compassion and forgiveness within their relationships while learning ways to enjoy growing together through marital challenges.

Marriage is a Godly covenant that requires commitment, trust, and much prayer. It can be difficult to stay connected with our spouse in today’s world, so having Godly reminders of the importance of marriage can be beneficial. There are many great Bible verses that can provide guidance throughout our relationship and keep us encouraged on the Godly path we have chosen. Some of the best Bible verses for marriage include 1 Corinthians 13:8 which explains love never fails, 1 John 4:21 which emphasizes putting God at the center of your relationship, and Philippians 4:13 promises with his strength you will overcome all challenges together. Knowing these verses brings a feeling of peace and inspiration to one’s Godly marriage.

So, whether you just said “I do” or you have journeyed many years together, these newly added 2022 Marriage Conference sessions will help you and your spouse! Regardless of the season you’re in, marriage is full of moments where we must choose to love always.

Can you imagine what a relationship would be like without the plagues of selfishness, ambition, or rebellion? Adam and Eve must have thrived in absolute harmony and peace. Without sinful dispositions, they naturally put each other ahead of themselves. This was God’s design for marriage.


Robert & Debbie Morris

Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It does not dishonor others, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs. Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth. It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, and always perseveres.

1 Corinthians 13:4-7

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