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God intends every marriage to reflect His love.

Advice and ideas to help you build a
God-honoring marriage 

Love and Marriage

Intentionality Tools


Tighten the
Marriage Dates

Tighten The Knot

Stregthen your marriage with the ideas in this guide for three meaningful date nights.

"Though one may be overpowered, two can defend themselves. A cord of three strands is not quickly broken."

- Ecclesiastes 4:12


ReKindle Your

ReKindle Your Marriage

NewLife Church challenges every married couple to develop a date night habit in order to nurture intimacy and foster a shared vision for your relationship. Take advantage of the following opportunities to become more intentional during the next 120 days.


Intentional Parenting

Intentional Parenting

Discover why the home is the primary context of spiritual formation, for better or worse.


Intentional GrandParenting

Intentional Grandparenting

Learn how to influence the faith of your grandchildren.



Each person has unique, God-given strengths. This resource can help you take steps toward leveraging those strengths to build a God-honoring marriage and thriving family.


Family Forward

What do you look forward to for your family? Do you have a vision and values for your home? Vision is a clear plan for the future with imagination and wisdom. When we look forward for our family, it helps give us a vision to move toward. Family Values can help guide your decisions as you begin to choose what is best, rather than what is good. As we seek to follow Jesus, we can look to God’s Word to give us direction for our vision and values. 




Even if you can't leave home, summer is a great time to connect as a family in fresh ways. Try one or more of the simple, fun ideas described in this course.




Prayer is simply a conversation with God. It is a way we communicate, worship, praise, and know our Heavenly Father. It is our dependence on the One who holds all things together. Individual prayer is powerful, but Scripture tells us there is a supernatural dynamic when we pray with others.


The 9: Bearing Fruit@Home

The fruit of the Spirit grows out of an abiding relationship with Jesus Christ. Fruit is produced in us not by us. But we have a part to play by submitting ourselves to God and inviting Him to nurture His character in us.


Tell The Story

We all share good news with others, whether it is about a new job, a great vacation or what Jesus Christ has done for us. Share the Good News by telling His story through one verse evangelism and telling your story by creating a personal story of faith.


Word 511

The Bible is your family’s most reliable spiritual road map given by God to guide us. But it must become more than a symbol or a relic. It must become part of the everyday fabric of our lives.




Technology brings many benefits to our lives. But excessive screen time can create a flat, one-dimensional existence. Replace negative technology habits with healthy patterns by connecting 3D.


Family Life

A branch of Cru Ministry with the purpose of creating content and experiences that help families grow together and impact their corner of the world


New Year's Eve

A new year represents new beginnings. Be sure to include one of these ideas in your New Year's Eve celebration plans. 


Valentine's Day

It's not all about chocolates and foil ballons. Most scholars agree the real story of St. Valentine is about a person martyred for his Christian beliefs. Use this tool kit to learn about and celebrate God's love.



It's the most significant holiday of the Christian faith. Easter is the day we celebrate the resurrection of Jesus. These ideas will help your family trace Jesus' steps during the most holy of weeks.



How can you make this holiday about more than just turkey and football? We have a few ideas that may help you express your gratitude for God's many blessings.



Christmas is one of the most anticapted holidays of the year by children and adults alike. Let's make it extra special by being intentional about celebrating the greatest gift ever - Jesus Christ.


Special Situations

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