Practical Ministry Skills
Premarital Counseling
Help lay the foundation for strong, God-honoring marriages.
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Overview

This theme is designed to help you improve or launch a premarital counseling program at your church. Reflect on counseling goals, learn creative exercise, and consider the "touchy" situations of remarriage counseling and cohabiting couples with the resources in this download.

This Resource contains all of the following:

The Value of Premarital Counseling
Prepare couples for the challenges of marriage.

Creative Activities for Premarital Counseling
Help couples address potential problems creatively and directly.

Outside Assignments in Premarital Counseling
Assign these projects to prepare a couple for premarital counseling.

Nearly-Wed Fight Club
Planning a disagreement in counseling helps a couple learn to fight clean.

Issues in Second-marriage Counseling
Be sure to address these five common issues.

Launching a Remarriage Ministry
Lay the foundation for successful remarriage and stepfamily ministries.

Should We Wed the Unchurched?
How one pastor answers the question.

Counseling Cohabiting Couples
Follow these principles to determine how and when to counsel unmarried couples.


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Topics:Counseling, Expectations, Family, Marriage, Mentoring, Premarital Counseling, Relationships, Weddings
Filters:Counseling, Deacon, Elder, Pastor, Pastoral care, Premarital counseling, Shepherd
References:Proverbs 18:22, Proverbs 5:18, Mark 10:6-8
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Paul Fletcher

February 17, 2011  7:04pm

sorry it should be buy a book...

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Paul Fletcher

February 17, 2011  6:35pm

DON'T WASTE YOUR MONEY!! you will pay almost a $1 a page for not much info... by a book on premarital counselling be far better off!

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