Your marriage is important.
The Bible says in Genesis 2:24 (NLT) that a man “is joined to his wife, and the two are united into one.” While multi-faceted, the purpose of God for marriage is unity (i.e. oneness) between a man and a woman. However, sin, conflict, and the challenges that arise in life strain marriages apart. Our mission is to equip couples with biblical knowledge, practical and professional tools, and resources to inspire godly, healthy marriages.
What to Expect
We believe the Bible – the infallible, authoritative Word of God – gives wisdom. From God comes knowledge and understanding (Prov. 2:6) that is useful and essential for our relationships.
You and your spouse/partner will have time to discuss and apply what you learn in real time! You can tailor what you learn to meet each other's needs and expectations.
We blend together techniques from psychology with biblical truth to address emotional, relational, and spiritual needs.
MLabs is not another date or fancy dinner. It is a time to invest in and work on your relationship with your spouse/partner.
You'll be seated with other couples who have similar or different experiences from you. Learning from one another will encourage and challenge you.
We recognize that our marriages require a lot of attention and investment. You may not resolve issues or reach an agreement at our events but you will be inspired to continue working on it.
Have more questions? Check out our FAQ.
How much does it cost?
MLabs are completely free. All we ask for is your full commitment. Show up on time. Stay until the lab ends. Have a positive attitude and be ready to work. Your marriage is important and your spouse deserves it!
Is childcare provided?
Yes! Your kids ages 3 - 12 years old will be fed and cared for. This is your time to focus and work on your marriage. We do ask that you kindly consider giving a donation for this service. Funds will be used to help our student ministry: Zāo Youth. Children under 3 years old may stay with you during the lab but we highly recommend you find separate childcare for them if possible.
We're not married. Can my partner and I still attend?
Couples who are not married and are living together are encouraged to attend. However, we currently do not offer events for couples who are courting/dating.