It's an investment:
Premarital Christian counseling is the best antidote to avoid marriage counseling or potential divorce. Currently, a little over half of all first marriages end in divorce. That includes Christian marriages! Sadly, couples that marry without having premarital counseling are at much higher risk of divorce. The majority of married couples report they either declined or were not made aware of counseling before marriage.
You have spent months, if not years planning for this day. You have probably spent several thousand dollars in an effort to make the most special day of your life. Just take a few minutes to look at this web page that shows the many different costs associated with a wedding. Did you know the average wedding in the United States is roughly $20,000? View Wedding Costs
All the preparation, all the hard work and energy, all the money, are gone in the blink of an eye.
I don’t say this to depress you, quite the contrary. I say this to illustrate the point that we will spare nothing to create a day we will remember for the rest of our lives.
Does it not make sense then to invest into something that will greatly increase the odds of a successful marriage? Does it not make sense to invest into something that will, as I have said throughout our website, help to create and foster a marriage that you would wish for anyone, a marriage that will stand the test of time, and will truly be, “until death do you part.”
Premarital Counseling With Us Includes:
Total Cost: $595.00
You will billed via "PayPal Email" where you can make payment with your PayPal account or any credit card if you do not have a PayPal account.
In some cases, payment arrangements can be made. Please bring up during interview time.
The cost of the counseling sessions are non-refundable after our first session. If you choose to cancel for whatever reason after the first session, but before the second session, you will be refunded the total price, less the cost of the workbooks, shipping, compatibility assessment and one hour of time.
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