Marriage & Family

Marriage Curriculum:  Dynamic Marriage 8 week Course 

Dynamic Marriage doesn’t just teach you; it’ll change you!

Dynamic Marriage takes you and your spouse on an insightful journey to discover each other’s innermost emotional needs and expectations. Based on the “Love Bank” model from the book, His Needs, Her Needs by Dr. Willard Harley, you’ll learn how communication and behavior styles affect the way you and your spouse act and react to each other.

Through an interactive learning process, you’ll identify behaviors that may be damaging your marriage, develop healthy ways to deal with marital conflict and take concrete steps to meet each other’s needs better than you ever have before.

Week after week, you’ll uncover new perspectives about yourself and your spouse… all the while your newly acquired skills are becoming a natural part of your relationship. By the end, you and your spouse communicate, interact, understand and love each other at a deeper, more intimate level.

Ordinary marriages become exciting! Great marriages become exceptional!

  • Married Couples
  • Engaged Couples
  • Traditional Families
  • Single Parent Families
  • Youth along with their parents
  • Single individuals
  • Marriage Education Classes
  • Family Relationship Training
  • Relationship Skill Training
  • Subsequent Marriage Training
  • Group Support
  • Couple Mentoring
  • Married Couples’ Retreat
  • Married Couples’ Seminars

  • Lay the Foundation for a healthy relationship
  • Maintain a mutually satisfying relationship
  • Create an environment of open & honest communication
  • Identify and meet your spouse’s most important emotional needs
  • Discover deeper levels of intimacy
  • Identify why marriages fail and how to work to succeed
  • Give your children the gift of a happy marriage

  • Understand your parenting style and its affect on your family dynamics
  • Use practical strategies to implement changes that will enhance the home environment
  • Have open and respectful communications with your children and spouse

*Marriage and Family trainings are not offered as an intervention to domestic violence or other criminal behavior occurring within relationships.

  • Out-of-school activities
  • Youth workshops and leadership training

As you start to adjust to life without your dear one, your life becomes a little calmer and more organized. Your physical symptoms lessen, and your "depression" begins to lift slightly.


As you become more functional, your mind starts working again, and you will find yourself seeking realistic solutions to problems posed by life without your loved one. You will start to work on practical and financial problems and reconstructing yourself and your life without him or her.


During this, the last of the seven stages in this grief model, you learn to accept and deal with the reality of your situation. Acceptance does not necessarily mean instant happiness. Given the pain and turmoil you have experienced, you can never return to the carefree, untroubled YOU that existed before this tragedy. But you will find a way forward. You will start to look forward and actually plan things for the future. Eventually, you will be able to think about your lost loved one without pain; sadness, yes, but the wrenching pain will be gone. You will once again anticipate some good times to come, and yes, even find joy again in the experience of living.