Getting Intimate (for you marrieds)

May 11, 2021 | 0 comments

You think we’re going to talk about sex, don’t you?

Maybe you hope we are going to talk about sex and maybe you hope that we’re NOT going to talk about sex.

“Intimacy” is one of those words that the enemy of your soul, the enemy of your connection, the enemy of true intimacy has cheapened and narrowed and distorted. Yes, within a marriage it involves sex, but even physical connection with your spouse is so much more than just sex.

Good news for all married people on the field: this month’s workshop is for you.

Presenters Heather and Alan Fowler explain that true intimacy has four components: friendship, encouraging words, physical affection, and forgiveness. What makes this workshop so helpful to your marriage is that it includes an “Intimacy Assessment” that each of you can take and give your feedback on which is the strongest of the components in your marriage and which needs to grow.

In the workshop, you will have access to the Intimacy Assessment, tools and ideas to build each area, and date ideas for The Intimacy Challenge. They have two versions of this workshop: one for (mostly) Americans in America and one for cross-cultural workers! The Intimacy Assessment and the examples they use understand your life and the needs of your marriage.

We love healthy marriages and want you and your spouse to experience true intimacy in all four areas.

You and your spouse can experience


Encouraging Words

Physical Affection and


If you’ve ever wanted to attend a marriage event for cross-cultural workers, we’ve brought the event to you! Instead of continuing to hope you can become more intimate with your spouse, you can start getting intimate today.

Get this workshop here.

P.S. Who on the field do you know that could use this workshop?

P.P.S. See you at the Town Hall

Topic: Culture and Cross-cultural work

Date: May 13th

Time: 7:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. MST (Time zone converter)

Join here: Zoom Link (Meeting ID: 876 1705 7654 Passcode: trellis)

Photo by Gift Habeshaw on Unsplash

Amy Young

Life enthusiast. Author. Sports lover. Jesus follower. Supporting cross-cultural work.




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