RESTORE: Hope when Marriage is Hard

Does your marriage need an infusion of hope? Willow Creek offers classes and workshops that help your relationship get unstuck and on its way. Explore offerings at all Willow campuses by clicking on your preferred location below.

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RESTORE: Hope when marriage is hard

In this high-challenge workshop hosted at Willow South Barrington throughout the year, couples can find freedom from the things that sabotage the connection and intimacy they desire in their marriage.

Engage the areas of your relationship that sometimes leave you in the ditch—and learn how to connect authentically and lovingly with your spouse, even in the midst of hard seasons. You'll gain life-changing insights and new skills that help you get unstuck and on your way to a stronger relationship.

  • Find hope and healing for wounds that feel unsolvable.
  • Identify toxic behaviors—and get tools to change them.
  • Outsmart the relational patterns that keep you stuck.
  • Resolve nagging issues that just won't go away.
  • Understand why you get triggered and how to deescalate a heated conversation.
  • Learn tools for moving your relationship from surviving to thriving.

The next session of RESTORE begins in September 2018.

To be notified as soon as registration goes live, click here.

 

Looking for immediate help?

Seeing a counselor before attending the RESTORE workshop can increase the workshop's helpfulness and be highly beneficial for your marriage. Get referrals for licensed Christian therapists by calling the church and asking to speak with a response pastor. 

847-765-5000 | 9 a.m.–5 p.m., Monday–Friday

 

What happens in RESTORE?

  • Hear life-changing concepts and principles taught in a large-group setting by psychologists, licensed therapists, and pastors.
  • Engage in confidential table groups that create space for couples to learn from one another alongside wise, trained facilitators who have navigated their own seasons of marital distress.

Questions? 

Email Amy or call 224-512-2001.