Marriage Retreat at Cherokee Cove

Here is the flyer for the Marriage Retreat I will be teaching at Cherokee Cove, Oct 9-11. Come join us! (And spread the word, even if you can't.)

Marriage Enhancement Retreat at Cherokee Cove October 9-11, 2009

The lodging will be in the newly built Evergreen Village. The quaint log cabins are privately situated amidst wooded and long range views.  Each uniquely decorated cabin has it's own front porch and is equipped with a queen sized bed with fine linens; a full bath with lush towels; coffee maker and coffee, cream, sugar and tea bags; and a welcome basket.  Meals include "welcome snacks" and dinner on Friday, Saturday breakfast, lunch and dinner, and Sunday brunch.  Hot and cold beverages are available from 7 am until 10 pm daily.

Total cost is $299 per couple. The menu will include fresh, locally grown produce, organic, home baked breads, wild caught fish, and beef and/or pork and chicken.  All meals are prepared fresh daily and that are "catered" to the needs of the guests, so feel free to inform us of any food allergies and special requests.

The theme of the teaching and discussion time for the weekend is:

“Discovering God’s Design for a Peaceful and Productive Marriage”

The following topics will be explored:

  • What is God’s purpose for marriage?
  • Why are there so many broken marriages?
  • What are the roles of husbands and wives?
  • What do I do if my spouse is doing something wrong?
  • How do we have a peaceful, productive conversation?
  • How do we build a fulfilling marriage?

These sessions will be led by Dr. Matthew McDill, husband to Dana, dad to six children, pastor of Highland Christian Fellowship, and professor at Appalachian State University.