More Power for Your Marriage…

Have you ever found yourself in this position? You know what you need to do different in your relationship, but you just can’t seem to do it? You need more power?

That’s where prayer comes in to connecting you with the Source of power. He alone is able to grow your marriage relationship into the bountiful experience that it was meant to be.

Now, I’m obviously talking about a prayer experience that goes way beyond a quick, “Thank you for the food. Amen”

This is prayer that builds intimacy with your spouse, connects you to Heaven, and opens the doors of Heaven’s storehouse.

That’s what we’ll be talking about in our upcoming webinar with SPECIAL GUEST Randy Maxwell. Randy has written two books on prayer and has a wealth of information to share on how you can make prayer a powerful part of your marriage. We’ll also be giving away 2 copies of Randy’s book “If My People Pray: An Eleventh-Hour Call to Prayer and Revival”

Join us Sunday evening, September 7th at 5:30 PM Pacific Daylight Time (Seattle Time) for our webinar entitled “Unleash the Potent Power of Prayer in Your Marriage”

There is no charge for the webinar but you’ll need to sign up in advance to get your special access link.

In this webinar we’ll be sharing and hearing from Randy for about 20 minutes and answering your questions for another 10 minutes.

The material we’ll cover in this LIVE event includes;

  • 3 ways praying together builds intimacy in your marriage
  • 2 reasons you need to take action as well as pray for maximum results
  • 4 practical ways to begin making prayer a central part of your marriage today
  • AND an opportunity join couples across the country on a fun, romantic, 40 Day        spiritual adventure towards a bountiful marriage.

Make a 30 minute investment in your marriage September 7th as we share this powerful ingredient to a bountiful marriage.


We look forward to sharing with you.

Richie and Timi

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