WASHINGTON, D.C.—Join thousands of couples from across the region Saturday, October 4 from 9 a.m.-5 p.m at the Verizon Center in downtown Washington, D.C., for the I Still Do marriage conference.
Sponsored by FamilyLife, I Still Do is a catalytic arena event that reminds couples of the vows they took when they got married. This event is for couples with great marriages who are looking to take their marriage to another level of excellence. It is also for struggling couples who need hope, mid-life couples who need to re-charge their relationship, and damaged couples who need repentance and forgiveness in Christ.
I Still Do is a chance for couples to rediscover and renew a sense of hope and commitment in their relationship. It’s also an opportunity to help others whom may need some encouragement and reassurance in their marriage. The one-day conference features incredible speakers, powerful worship, great music, and tons of fun. You can go to www.istilldo.com to find out all about this event.
1. Hear why the Bible sets apart marriage as a one-of-a-kind covenantal relationship;
2. Explore how your marriage has been designed by God to make a statement about who God is to a watching world;
3. Discover what every husband needs from his wife and what a wife needs most from her husband;
4. Learn why some marriages thrive while other couples lose heart;
5. Understand the factors that lead to long lasting, authentic intimacy in marriage.
Churches may download digital promotional tools or order a free promo pack containing brochures, posters and brochure holders.
Tickets may be purchased online. The cost will be $59-$89 per person plus applicable fees. Groups of 10 or more people will save $20 per person when you use the code FLGRP. After your group is formed, others can be added to your group by calling Ticketmaster and giving the name of the person who ordered the group of tickets and save $20.
Due to a generous donation to FamilyLife, we have scholarships available to full-time pastoral staff.
FamilyLife is the global, non-profit leader in marriage conferences having reached more than two million people through various FamilyLife conferences since the organization’s inception. Founded in 1976, FamilyLife’s mission is to change the world one home at a time by building healthier marriages and families through the practical application of time-tested techniques and teachings based on biblical principles.