In a perfect world, boy meets girl, they fall in love, get married, and live happily ever after.
In a not-so-perfect world, marriage is good; but marriage is hard. Happily ever after takes work. Sometimes marriages need a safe place to grow or to heal.
Marriage Matters is about helping you create the fulfilling marriage you long for. It provides comfortable opportunities to enrich your relationship in whatever stage it is: seriously dating, engaged, newly married, or celebrating milestones.
We welcome marriages in any condition: happily ever after, struggling, broken, or in need of resurrection. Believing that couples respond and grow best in community, we give opportunities for them to affirm and support each other.
Sunday Morning Foundations
Contact: Jared & Lynnea Numbers: 260.494.7387 for more information about the LIFE Group
Don’t “lose heart”! You are not alone. There is hope for your marriage.
Wednesday Nights re|engage
Join us for re|engage every Wednesday from 6:30-8 pm on Blackhawk Ministries’ main campus, rooms 257/259.
re|engage is a marriage enrichment program. Marriages in any condition can benefit, whether you are struggling to get along, your marriage is broken, you are headed for divorce, or you simply want to grow closer together as a couple. re|engage examines God’s design for marriage and applies principles from the Bible to guide couples toward growth in their relationship with each other.
Our group time is centered on hearing stories from couples who have experienced victory in the midst of hard times as well as teaching on marriage related topics.
Open group is ongoing; drop in and join us at any time. Open group is free and available for engaged couples, newlyweds, and those celebrating milestones.
We also offer a 16-week closed small group opportunity led by experienced facilitator couples; there is a fee for materials. These groups also meet on Wednesdays from 6:30-8 pm.
When we jumped into marriage, maybe we all wanted the ideal, ended up getting an ordeal, and because our idea of love is distorted, started looking for a new deal. What we need, however, is not a new deal, but a new vision — a new understanding of what real love is.