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Host a Live Marriage Catalyst Conference

Inspire Your Ministry...Connect with Your Community

Thank you for taking the time to consider serving as a host for the Marriage Catalyst Conference. We look forward to strategically designing a conference specific to the needs of those whom you serve.
Corporate and Military Retreats

Marriage Catalyst Conference is ideal for promoting strong families within your business and throughout our nation's military personnel. It is uniquely positioned to help couples celebrate their differences, communicate effectively and grow their marriage on purpose.

Our three-fold theme, Dream, Connect and Build paves the way for participants to receive a balanced approach to relational development. To better serve you, please complete the Contact Us Form below.

Churches and Other Non-Profit Organizations 

Marriage Catalyst Conference was originally started to serve churches. It was birthed from a dream to see every married couple, both young and old, experience transformation within their marriage.

It was launched to serve as a catalyst for change for couples needing encouragement, direction and tools to help their marriage thrive.

         A Growing Relationship with God is the 
         Catalyst for Building a Great Marriage.

The Seven Essentials

There are seven essentials to consider before hosting the Marriage Catalyst Conference. Our desire is to bear fruit that remains long after the conference has ended (John 15:16). 

For this reason, we encourage you to pray through the following questions before completing the Event Planning Form at the bottom of this page.  Please use the Contact Us Form if you have any general questions.

1. Is your Senior Pastor fully on board with hosting the Marriage Catalyst Conference?

2. Will he be available to serve as the primary vision-caster for the conference?

3. Do key ministry leaders and staff believe this conference will serve the needs of the congregation?

4. Do they believe the conference will provide a strong platform for evangelism and community outreach?

5. Will your marketing team promote the event on the church website and through a variety of print media?

6. Can you enlist a team of volunteers to recruit conference
participants at least six weeks before the event?

7. Will you be able to find someone who can serve as the Event
Coordinator for this conference?