Family Life Tickets
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Presented by FamilyLife, I Still Do is a one-day marriage event where you get to revisit the happenings in a married life through a series of performances. FamilyLife tickets are now up for sale, get yours today. Do visit Moda Center at the Rose Quarter and Verizon Center in DC this year as the event is scheduled to take place at these venues. Bring your partners along to strengthen your relationship in light of the event.
Based in Arkansas, FamilyLife is a non-profit organization (NPO) and a subsidiary of Cru, Campus Crusade for Christ. Cru is an interdenominational Christian organization that has been known to encourage evangelism as well as discipleship in over one hundred ninety countries around the globe. Dennis Rainey looks after the running of FamilyLife in the capacity of being the President and the CEO. Since the establishment of the NPO in 1976, Dennis has tirelessly been leading FamilyLife to grow with the passing years. He has been successful in establishing it as a dynamic ministry that plays a significant role in providing families with blueprints to living their lives according to the teachings of the God. The NPO strives to "effectively develop godly marriages and families who change the world one home at a time."
Founders Bill and Vonette Bright formed Campus Crusade for Christ in 1951 with a dream to aid fulfilling Christ's Great Commission and taking gospel to different corners of the world. Initially, the drive started from one couple in one college campus. Over the years, Cru had successfully expanded to become a dynamic ministry that has thousands of staff members at their disposal. The staff members include associate staff and full time working staff who is cumulatively serving in over one hundred and ninety six countries.
FamilyLife started off as Family Ministry when Cru decided to provide their staff members with pre-marriage seminars. Given the fruitful results of the pre-marriage session, the staff members who were married asked for motivation and encouragement through similar seminars as well. In no time, the word of these sessions spread out and caught the attention of pastors and community leaders. The said it was exactly what the couples needed, a blueprint, a scheme, a guide to building strong homes. The Family Ministry opened its doors to public and changed its name to "FamilyLife" in 1978. The NPO comprises of over ten thousand members who are working through the volunteer network.
Sponsored and produced by FamilyLife, I Still Do is a one day event that is designed in such a way that rekindles the romance in a marriage and strengthens it further. The event will be featuring worship leaders, musicians and speakers. All of them will be encouraging the attendees to invest in their marriages and live their life as a team instead of two separate entities. The attendees will be able to enjoy the event as they will get to learn about the practical tools required to build their marriage on a firm foundation. They will be enlightened with God's blueprints which will help them understand marriage at a much deeper level. The secrets to intimacy and romance in a marriage will be discovered along with a ray of hope to rebuild a troubled marriage. They will also discover the elements that will help their marriage last a lifetime.
Thousands of couples participate in this life changing event and benefit from it. Purchase FamilyLife tickets and visit the venue with your partners to try out something new that may help save a marriage and add romance and fun to it.