Couples Group Teaches A New Way To Love

A NEW WAY TO LOVE: Living God’s Purpose For Your Marriage, a new course being offered at the CTS Counseling Center by Marriage and Family Therapy Interns Ted Amos and Amanda Browne, is designed for anyone who wants to feel more connected to their spouse. Developed by best-selling authors Harville Hendrix, Ph.D. and Helen LaKelly Hunt, Ph.D., A NEW WAY TO LOVE allows you to experience healing in your marriage at a core spiritual level.

Christ came into our world to teach us agape love -- a new way to love each other. But we all know how hard it can be to embody this love in our daily lives, especially in our marriage where daily pressures can work to undermine our most significant relationship. This new program of eight Tuesday evening sessions, a total of 12 hours, lifts up the Biblical message of love and teaches a step-by-step process to grow agape love within our lives. Through it, participants learn how to align themselves with God’s purpose for marriage, and to create a life of joy with one’s spouse.

Through an easy-to-use exercise manual and DVD-based group discussions, you will learn to:
  • Build a solid foundation for your marriage.
  • Co-create a relationship vision.
  • Acquire the skills to manifest that vision.
  • Discover the language of lasting love that dissolves conflict and sustains connection.
  • Celebrate your marriage as a container for God’s healing and growth.

The program meets for eight Tuesday evenings from 6:30 – 8:00 pm at the CTS Counseling Center, 1050 W. 42nd St., Indianapolis, IN 46208. The cost is $40 per couple; CTS students enjoy a 50% discount. For more information, call (317)931-2379, ext. 5113.

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