Strengths Based Marriage

A refreshing look at what’s right about your marriage.

 

Based upon 40 years of research, the Clifton Strengths Finder assessment has enabled more that 20 million people worldwide to discover and unleash their talents to engage the world around them in a positive way.  Brian Dillion, a member of I-90's Directional Leadership Team, is excited to take this opportunity to lead us through a three-week group integrating the powerful insights from the book Strengths Based Marriage.  This brief group will utilize the results of the Gallup's Strengths Finder 2.0 assessment for both the husband and wife to better understand and appreciate each other's strengths and their family dynamic.  The goal is to provide each couple with real insight into who they are as individuals, how they interact as a couple, and how God created marriage to be lived out celebrating our individual strengths within the family unit.  

Prior to the start of the course each couple will need to complete the Strengths Finder 2.0 assessment online and send the results to the group facilitator.  The book Strengths Finder 2.0 by Tom Rath comes with an access code to complete the assessment online and can be purchased through Amazon.com HERE.  Each couple should also bring a copy of the book Strengths Based Marriage by Jim Evan & Allan Kelsey for personal reference throughout the course.  

Strengths Based Marriage will meet on three Sunday nights from 5-7pm beginning April 23rd.  The group is held at our High Point Campus, 26729 SE 76th Place, Issaquah.  Childcare & Dinner will be provided.  Interested?  Sign up below.

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