AUGUST 21, 2022 AT 9:30 OR 11:00 AM
Worship & Special Message
Our Marriage Conference kicks-off on Sunday morning, with worship at 9:30 & 11am, including music and a special message from our guests Byron & Carla Weathersbee.
Frisco First exists to invite people into relationship with Jesus and each other, and marriage is one of the many relationships God created to bring himself glory and to bring us joy. Our morning session will focus on understanding God’s biblical purpose for marriage, and how it establishes a stable foundation for oneness in your relationship. We’ll study how following God’s principles leads to freedom in the roles and responsibilities of husband and wife, and how to keep Christ first and grow in spiritual maturity as a couple.
AUGUST 21, 2022 FROM 12:30–2:30 PM
Lunch & Discussion
In the afternoon sessions we’ll enjoy a box lunch and dive into practical subjects including communication styles, sexual intimacy, conflict management, shared finances, and how to negotiate relationships with in-laws.
It's important to invest time and energy into building a lifelong partnership, allowing God to be your teacher, guide, counselor, and coach as you discover biblical principles behind living life to the fullest as a couple.
MEET SPECIAL GUESTS
Byron & Carla Weathersbee
Byron and Carla were married on June 16, 1984. They have three grown children and two grandchildren. After a decade in student ministry, they founded Legacy Family Ministries in 1995.
They are the authors of Together: Building a Godly Marriage—a marriage small group study; To Have and To Hold: Preparing for a Godly Marriage—a marriage prep Bible Study workbook; and Before Forever: How do you know that you know—a book for seriously dating couples asking the tough “how do you know” questions. They have written and developed various marriage prep resources over the past 30 years while working directly with pre-engaged and engaged couples.
Byron and Carla graduated from Baylor University. Carla has done graduate work in Exercise Physiology. Byron earned a doctorate in educational leadership. In addition to serving on church staff for over 15 years, Byron served for more than 15 years in higher education–most recently as Vice President for Student Life at the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor.