You can help younger couples make marriage the lasting and good thing God intended it to be!

Intentional marriage mentoring plays a significant role in helping couples develop lasting, loving marriages. Research has shown that building a strong foundation during the first five years of marriage will help prepare the couple for this lifelong journey.

What is marriage mentoring?
Marriage Mentoring Training (MMT) seeks to equip married couples to assist younger couples in their marriages by befriending, encouraging and guiding them through sharing their own lives. This platform of marriage discipleship complements and enhances discipleship processes in the church. We want to equip married couples to develop a lifestyle of mentoring young couples in their marital journey.

Marriage mentors who have attended these training sessions will receive additional support through our monthly email updates, annual Marriage Mentors' Circles and relevant resources (practical tips and relevant articles).

“Marriage mentoring fits in with my church’s vision to be a discipling church, for it is the fundamental unit of society. We are excited, and envision a strengthening of the church from this. For decades, our church has been searching for a way to develop disciples...and marriage mentoring is a longer-term solution that fits with our vision of strong marriages in a strong church. Mentoring goes beyond the marriage relationship, and includes all aspects of a couple’s life...”
-Dr. Anthony Goh

Your own marriage journey can help younger marriages. Become a Marriage Mentor today!

  • Couples married 5 years or more with a passion for marriage and desire to help others toward a thriving marriage
  • Pastors and Ministry Leaders looking for an easy-to-implement strategy to disciple couples and families.

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Upcoming Marriage Mentoring Training

Please email [email protected] and leave us your contact information if you wish to be informed of upcoming training sessions. Or, you could consider running a special training session just for your church.