Flourish: Growing Marriage in a Christian Worldview
East Murfreesboro Campus // Monday, July 29, 2019, 7:00 pm
Your Marriage is Under
And If It's Not... It Will Be
This is a FREE event! Seating is general admission.
Monday, July 29, 2019
Doors Open at 6:00pm
Worship at 6:30pm
Keynote Speakers at 7:00pm
Q&A to follow at 8:00pm
Register for childcare by July 21.
The Walkemeyers move beyond marriage skills and principles to get to the root of marriage problems and potential — examining what they call five vital “heart habits.” Over the years, they have learned that if the Holy Spirit does not transform the hearts of a husband and wife, skills produce little lasting effect. Throughout Flourish, Larry and Deb offer practical examples and real-life stories of what it looks like to venture beyond theory and actually practice these habits in your life and marriage.
Deb Walkemeyer serves as Co-Pastor of Light & Life Christian Fellowship in Long Beach, CA – a large multi-ethnic urban church that has focused on planting churches locally and globally. She also leads the Light & Life Community Center that is assisting in transforming the neighborhood through various initiatives. As a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Deb has helped many individuals and couples in ministry. Deb holds a Doctorate in Church Leadership from FullerSeminary and was recently recognized as one of their outstanding graduates for her years of leadership work in diverse arenas.
Larry Walkemeyer serves as the Lead Pastor of Light and Life Christian Fellowship in Long Beach, CA. Starting with a handful of committed “white folks”, the church has grown into a large multi-ethnic church transforming its tough urban neighborhood. A priority on local and global church planting has led to the start of 22 churches nationally and dozens in Ethiopia, Philippines and Indonesia. Holding a doctorate in church leadership and as the author of eight books, Larry speaks and consults frequently. Azusa Pacific University has recognized Larry with the Centennial Award, naming him one of the most influential graduates in its history. Larry also works for Exponential as the Director of Equipping and Spiritual Engagement.