Pre-marital counseling sessions are available in person in Mocksville, NC, online via Zoom Video Conferencing or Skype, or download the digital version by clicking the links below. To schedule pre-marital counseling or for more information, contact us.
Discover what God originally created marriage to be, how the relationship became distorted and how you can use a few simple techniques to make your marriage amazing. This unique and non-traditional look at a few stories in the Bible will open your eyes to a new perspective of how God wants to help you uncover love with your spouse for the rest of your life.
Learn what your personality is and how the similarities and differences of your personality types will make your marriage work efficiently and the areas where you will need improvement. In this session Chuck Taylor creatively offers insight to what motivates us in love, communication and perspective.
Speaking to your spouse in love can be tough if you are not using the same dialect of love. Using the book, “The 5 Love Languages’ by Dr. Gary Smalley, Chuck Taylor explains what love languages are, how they are expressed and how to improve the connection between you and your spouse as you strive to give and receive intimacy, love and communication.
Different perspectives on how to use money is the number one reason people cite for getting a divorce. Discover how have healthy and creative conversations about budgeting and using money to help enjoy your funds for the entirety of your marriage.
If the use of money if the number one reason people get divorced then different expectations on sex is the second. Men and women have very different expectations of sex, its frequency and its purposes. Learn how engage in healthy conversations about how to make sex enjoyable, intimate and intentional throughout the course of your marriage.
Parenting is tough. From managing the expectations each spouse has for parenting, discipline, life-goals, personality development and so on for your children to the daily routines of life, parenting creates a great burden of stress on marriages. When you add in the tug from parents, friends, and other family members for time from each spouse, you have a recipe for frustration at the very least. Learn how to create conversations that set a framework for how your home will cooperatively manage these expectations.