No one is interested in a shallow relationship, right? We don’t want to hover around the surface. We want to enjoy deeper connection and understanding as well as deeper conversations and bonding.
Building healthy and loving relationships does not have to be complicated, but it does take intentionality. If you want to move your relationship from broken to better or good to great and beyond then you won’t want to miss the free Deep Love Marriage Workshop with Abe and Amy Smith on Friday, February 1, from 7:00pm-9:00pm at First United Methodist Church of Allen.
What is Deep Love?
“Deep Love” is a two-hour workshop that includes topics that apply to everyone and can help you build a stronger relationship with your loved one. We will focus on the ABCs that lead to meaningful relationships:
- Attunement & Affection
- Bids & Barriers
- Communication & Commitment
You will receive practical tools to help move your relationships from broken to better or good to great and beyond.
Although it’s not necessary, we highly recommend that you complete the online Deep Love Assessment. The assessment will give you a personalized action plan, customized for the two of you that is sure to deepen your relationship. Learn more at www.deeplove.com
Here are a few great perks of the workshop!
- Free coffee and dessert
- Free childcare with reservation
- Free draft copy of the Smith’s book “Creative Ways to Say I Love YoU”
- Practical tools for growing a deep and meaningful relationship
Abe and Amy Smith met as Young Life leaders while attending Baylor University; they married after graduating college. Early in their relationship, they had a desire to help couples develop healthy thriving marriages. Their commitment to strong marriages has led them to write a certified pre-marriage curriculum, coach with hundreds of couples, and speak to various groups. Having been married for 21 years and raising four children, the Smiths bring real-life experiences and practical insight that help equip and enrich marriages.