Marriage Matters

Because we all want a great marriage!

Marriage Matters is a fun, quarterly event designed to provide practical tips for a healthy and thriving marriage. Join with other couples for a lively night of dinner, laughter, dynamic teaching and great conversation.

Next Event: March 7, 5:45-8pm (Doors open at 5:30pm)

Doug Fields: Have/Hold – Love Your Spouse Like you Love your Phone!

Sometimes do you catch yourself staring? You can’t help, but be distracted? You are so in love, you just feel empty when you are apart. You can’t wait to get off of work and detach from “work mode” and just enjoy some quality time together. You are attuned to the signals of communication and are intentional about responding appropriately. You work collaboratively to accomplish tasks effectively. Every night, you lie down together and fall asleep close to each other. Oh—this is not your spouse I’m talking about. It’s your phone.

Join us for this next Marriage Matters as our dear friend, renown communicator and best-selling author Doug Fields returns to share some relevant tips to find greater connection and intimacy with your spouse. And what’s the metaphor he’ll use to help us understand? …Well, it’s probably in your hand right now. Week look forward to another fun night together!

  • $50 per couple + $10 for optional childcare.
  • Dinner Included
  • Crossline Fellowship Center
  • Casual to Semi-formal attire (Whatever you would wear on a casual date).
  • Several scholarships available. Contact for more info.

Register Here

About Doug…

Doug is an internationally known speaker and author. He has authored more than 50 books on the topics of Marriage, family, parenting, spiritual growth and youth ministry. Some of his books include: 7 Ways to be Her Hero, Getting Ready for Marriage, and Should I Just SMASH my Kid’s Phone?

Doug is the Executive Director of Homeword’s Center for Youth and Family, co-founder of DownloadYouthMinistry, a Teaching Pastor at Mariners and a consultant for many other organizations in his field. More than anything, though, he considers his greatest accomplishment to be his healthy marriage to Cathy of over 30 years and his three wonderful children, Torie, Cody, and Cassie.