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7 Tips on How to Host a Married Couples Retreat

Posted on March 25, 2019 by Erin Culleny in Retreat Planning

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A couples retreat may just be the best event your organization hosts this year – but where do you start? This guide walks you through each step of hosting a couples retreat so you can plan the right event for your group’s needs. 7 Tips for Hosting a Married Couples Retreat Hosting a couples retreat […]

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The Must-Have Packing List for Any Church Retreat

Posted on February 28, 2019 by Erin Culleny in Retreat Planning

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Heading to a church retreat for your next big adventure? Here’s a list of what you can’t leave home without – and a few extras. What Should You Pack for a Church Retreat? Everyone has his or her own list of “essentials,” but it’s easy to forget things when you assume you’ll remember them. You’ll […]

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How to Get Your Significant Other to Attend a Couples Retreat

Posted on July 30, 2018 by Erin Culleny in Retreat Planning

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Convincing a significant other to attend a couples retreat might prove challenging. After all, not everyone is naturally excited about spending multiple days or a week away from home, family, work, the Internet, Netflix, and everything else that’s familiar. If talking about feelings, “Love Languages”, relationships, etc. is on the agenda…passion for attending a retreat […]

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5 Goals to Focus on When Attending a Married Couples Retreat

Posted on May 18, 2018 by Erin Culleny in Retreat Planning

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A marriage retreat is a perfect way to rekindle your love. However, simply showing up without a plan and seeing how things go might not prove as beneficial as you expect. The best approach is to establish some goals to work toward during your married couples retreat. Put in a little bit of preparatory work and you […]

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