Presenting God’s Design for Marriage.
Marriage, the way God intended it to be, is a true art form. That’s why for more than 40 years, FamilyLife has been helping couples understand God’s plan for relationships.
The Art of Marriage weaves together expert teaching, real-life stories, humorous vignettes, and more to portray both the challenges and the beauty of God’s design.
Learn what over 700,000 have discovered about marriage — happier, healthier marriages start with God’s flawless design.
Making marriage work is a divinely inspired art form. That’s why FamilyLife created The Art of Marriage video event. Biblical content and practical applications give couples a fresh perspective on married life that has proven to have a significant impact on marriages.
The six session, one-day or weekend event weaves together expert teaching, real-life stories, humorous vignettes, man-on-the-street interviews and much more to portary both the challenges and the beauty of God’s design.
Small Group Kit
Every marriage is unique, expressed by the colorful personalities of each spouse and textured by the circumstances at play in their lives. Blending these to make marriage work is a divinely inspired art form – challenging to master but definitely worth the effort.
This six-week study format has the same content as the Video Event, but is designed for a small-group instead of a one-day event.
Whether you’ve been married five months, five years, or five decades, The Art of Marriage Connect Series will help you connect with friends and find help and hope for your marriage.
Each title focuses on a real-life marriage issue and delivers biblically-centered truth and practical application in a small-group study format to make your marriage healthy and strong. The Art of Marriage Connect Sample Pack includes one copy of each title in the series, allowing you to review available titles before making choices for your group. We also include a copy of Starting an Art of Marriage Connect Group, a brochure of helpful information on how to host a group study.