Prepare/Enrich Workshop, September 17

Posted: August 14, 2013 in Discipleship, Family, Marriage, Pastor, Pastoral Ministry

For most of my pastoral ministry, I have used Prepare/Enrich in my premarital counseling and for helping married couples to enrich their marriages. A few years ago, I became a workshop facilitator so that I could help pastors have access to this good tool. Like any tool, it’s imperfect. However, Prepare/Enrich has helped me immensely as I prepare couples for marriage. I offer a couple of these workshops each year. Here’s the information about the next one: 

Prepare/Enrich Training Workshop for pastors and counselors
Tuesday, September 17, from 9:00am until 4:00pm

Mandeville’s First Baptist Church
Follow this link for more information and to register: http://bit.ly/1dawEFB
Registration deadline is September 9, 2013.

Prepare/Enrich provides you with the leading relationship assessment tool so that you can prepare a couple for success in marriage.  Helping couples with their relationships is no easy task. How do you encourage productive conversations? How do you address issues couples have if they are not yet aware of their problems? How do you identify their relationship strengths? What relationship skills can you teach to help couples resolve current issues and prevent future problems? How can you quickly understand a couple’s needs and maximize your impact?

For over thirty years, PREPARE/ENRICH has been the #1 guide for helping couples explore and strengthen their relationships. Built on a solid research foundation, PREPARE/ENRICH has been improved and refined over the years to become one of the best, most effective, easy-to-use relationship assessment tools available. PREPARE/ENRICH is a scientifically proven program that will help you make a significant impact in the life of a premarital or married couple. Whether you are a counselor, clergy, mental health professional, mentor or relationship educator, PREPARE/ENRICH is the ideal tool to help you do your job better. As with any sophisticated assessment, you need to get trained on how to administer and interpret the results for your couples.

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