Monday, February 22, 2010

Revolutionary wisdom for husbands and wives

Love and Respect Conference

February 26 and 27, 2010

Sarah and Emerson Eggerichs are convinced that a truth hidden in plain sight for 2000 years can make a difference in every marriage. This truth is found in Ephesians 5:33 . Husbands must love their wives, and wives must respect their husbands.

Emerson writes, "You may remember how the Beatles sang, 'All you need is love.' I absolutely disagree with that conclusion. Five out of ten marriages today are ending in divorce because love alone is not enough. Yes, love is vital, especially for the wife, but what we have missed is the husband's need for respect. This Love and Respect message is about how the wife can fulfill her need to be loved by giving her husband what he needs—respect. And the husband can fulfill his need to be respected by giving his wife what she needs—love. Does this always work? No. But if one is married to a person of good will, I would bet the farm that it would work!" READ MORE

Marriage expert and best-selling author of Love & Respect Emerson Eggerichs will be presenting live in person at the:

First Baptist Church of Orlando - (JYP & 33RD Street) - the BIG Baptist Church.


February 26, 2010 • 6:30pm–10pm

February 27, 2010 • 8:45am – 1:30pm

Doors open 30 minutes before start of each day. Seating is general admission and first-come, first-served. Childcare is not available during this conference.


$35/person through Feb. 12 and $45/person Feb. 13 or later. The cost is for both days and Married COULPLES are highly encourge to attend.


Lauren said...

We *LOVE* "Love and Respect"!! We did a married couples' Bible study (the DVD one, which I'm guessing was filmed at one of the conferences!) with a few friends when we were expecting our first child (married about 1.5 years), and it revolutionized how we approach and relate to one another. What a tremendous blessing! We got each other the book for V-Day this year and are going to read it together when Hubs gets home.

Hope the conference is a blessing to you, and so many others as well!! :)

Anonymous said...

Robert and I have facilitated this conference twice!! Excellent!!