The Key to Relational Happiness is Relational Rhythm
The first and simplest reason the joy gap starts to expand in our marriages is tiredness. It is hard to build joy when you feel worn out and lack margin.
Perhaps the core reason we lack the margin in our lives is that we lack rhythm. Without a relational rhythm, our souls begin to wilt.
In this free webinar, Marcus Warner and Chris Coursey explain how relational happiness and relational rhythm go hand-in-hand. This deeper dive into the 4 Habits fo Joy-Filled Marriages is the final webinar in the 5-part series.
Learn how to nurture a rhythm that will fill your marriage with joy!
For over 20 years Chris has been testing, creating and practicing brain-based solutions to make relationships work. While Chris is highly motivated to develop practical resources, Chris enjoys spending time with Jen and their two sons, Matthew and Andrew. The Coursey’s enthusiastically pass on the skills they missed growing up to their sons. In addition to building joy on the home front, Chris spends most of his time teaching, training, developing materials, fostering relationships, exercising and equipping God’s people to mature, so they live according to their faith and values. Chris is a published author with seven books in print including his latest, Transforming Fellowship: 19 Brain Skills That Build Joyful Community which is now translated into Korean. Chris travels the world equipping couples, ministry leaders, and churches in relational brain skills. Chris earned a B.A. in Sociology from Eastern Illinois University and then started working as a counselor working with children and families with severe trauma. Chris completed his Master’s Degree in Theological Studies from a Messianic Jewish Yeshiva called MBI, or Messianic Bible Institute, out of Virginia. Chris is also an ordained minister.
Why small groups? These are habits you and your spouse will be developing with the opportunity to do it alongside other couples:
You can accelerate the increase of joy and fast-track these habits through small group gatherings locally or online.