Are you engaged, happily married or struggling in your relationship?
Then continue reading as this new resource may help you and your partner greatly.
Our senior pastor just became a certified Prepare-Enrich facilitator with Enrich Canada. This will allow our church to make use of great resources that will enrich your marriage.
Today, more than 4 million couples have completed a Prepare-Enrich assessment inventory, more than 8,000 trained Prepare-Enrich facilitators in Canada, and thousands of professionals worldwide have adopted the Prepare-Enrich program into their counseling methods.
All tools are designed for couples at any age and stage of their relationship. This includes: dating, premarital, and married couples. The program helps identify a couple’s strengths and weaknesses, major sources of stress, and develops their communication and conflict-resolution skills.
How it Works?
Step #1 – Write to [email protected] and mention that you want to enrol with your partner.
Step #2 – You will receive an email from Prepare Enrich giving you a login id. Please note that there is a one time cost per couple of $35 USD sent to Enrich Canada. Login and answer the questions individually.
Step # 3 – Prepare Enrich will analyze you and your partner’s answers by comparing them to each other, and also to the most current relationship research. Within minutes of you and your partner completing and submitting a Couple Checkup online, you will receive a 15 to 20 page report covering 20 important areas of your relationship. These include: Communication, Conflict Resolution, Financial Management, Family Map, Children and Parenting, Sexuality, Marriage Expectations, Habits & Preferences & Personality and more. Plus, you will receive a Couple’s Workbook.
Step #4 – You and your partner discuss the report.
Step #5 – (Optional) Request to discuss the results with the Prepare/Enrich Facilitator (Pastor Eric). This step will provide a richer experience given the prepare/enrich facilitator receives a more detailed report and provides additional resources.
Two are better than one, because they have a good return for their labor:If either of them falls down, one can help the other up. Ecclesiastes 4:9