PREPARE/ENRICH is a customized couple assessment completed online that identifies a couple's strength and growth areas. It is one of the most widely used programs for premarital counseling and premarital education. It is also used for marriage counseling, marriage enrichment, and dating couples considering engagement. Based on a couple's assessment results, a trained facilitator provides 4-8 feedback sessions in which the facilitator helps the couple discuss and understand their results as they are taught proven relationship skills.
More understanding and less arguing. Confidence and clarity to talk about sensitive topics. Insight on how to be each other's cheerleader and lover. Whether you are in year 0, 5, 10, 25 or more, the PREPARE/ENRICH assessment will help you visualize your relationship, put facts behind your feelings, and discover ways to open up doors for communication and intimacy. "When we took PREPARE/ENRICH, it was such a helpful resource for us to have as we navigated engaged life and really helped us prepare for marriage." -Kimberly
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In the United States, over one-third (30%) of Asian-Indian Christians, ages 18-25, have stopped going to church. There are several reasons why young people are leaving. First, there are tremendous pressures from peer groups and media-driven culture. In addition, hypocrisy, church politics, irrelevant biblical messages, judgmental and unfriendly attitudes to those who struggle in their faith, marriage, or parent-child conflicts play a big role as well.
There is a growing gap between what leaders need to know as opposed to what they do know about culture. Therefore, we must help each other. Church leaders must engage with our youth through helpful and healthy conversations, meaningful fellowship, and Bible study or Prayer groups. The youth must also be able to keep an open-mind to the words of church leaders. We must build up our youth and challenge them to take the message of good news and fellowship directly to where the hurting people are. We must be open and welcome to this generation with genuine encouragement, compassion and personal connection with them.