Video Series

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The FamilyLife Video Series 

The FamilyLife Video Series is designed to help couples learn some key principles about what it takes to make a successful marriage, and to grow gloser together in the privacy of their own home. 

The Video Series consists of six 30-minute sessions, and contains questions for interaction and discussion.

Apart from being useful for couples to watch and learn together, the series is perfect to be hosted as a small group made up of 3-6 couples. Ideal for Home Groups, participants watch the video sessions in the weekly group meetings and engage in group discussion. Then as a weekly date nights, couples can discuss and apply what they learned. 

The series is also a great refresher for those who have already attended the Weekend to Remember or Day Together getaways.

The series was filmed live at a Weekend to Remember getaway.  

Titles of the Video Series:

  • Let's Talk presented by Steve and Leanne Hooper
  • The Master Plan presented by Tim Collins
  • Differences presented by Steve and Leanne Hooper
  • Conflict presented by Andy and Nikki Bray
  • Sex presented by Andy and Nikki Bray
  • Thrive presented by Steve and Leanne Hooper
 

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The FamilyLife 6-part Video Series is available as a FREE resource simply by clicking on the submit button below. We simply ask for your email address and phone number, at which point you will be directed to play the videos. 

I would like to watch the Video Series

 
 

How to promote a small-group 6-part marriage study

Below is a list of possible ways you can promote the series through your church and encourage others to join a marriage study for small groups. We suggest you obtain permission from church leadership first.

  • Request an announcement on the church's website, in newsletters, and in the worship service.
  • Place an ad in your church’s newsletter. A personal word from your pastor is a powerful incentive.
  • Use your church's social media channels (Facebook, Twitter, etc.).
  • Invite couples in a one-on-one conversation. The best invitation is a personal contact.

 

If you are hosting the series in your own home, you can:

  • Personally invite couples in your circle of friends, and through your church.
  • Send an invitation through Facebook to your Facebook friends and ask them to forward it to their friends as well.