What is MarriedPeople Night Out?
MarriedPeople Night Out is a large group experience at Keystone that includes great food, music, games, interaction time, and some practical teaching.
It’s a chance for you and your spouse to… laugh, connect, make some friends, learn something, strengthen your relationship, have fun, get away from the kids, kindle the romance, get out of the house, not have to plan something, and do something good for your relationship.
It’s gonna be fun!
Our next large group experience, MarriedPeople Night Out, is happening Friday, January 24 at 7:00pm at Keystone. The theme is: What Happy Couples Know. It’s going to be a fun night of great music, delicious desserts, new friends, and a great time together. The cost is $8 per couple.
MarriedPeople is Keystone’s ministry to help strengthen and grow marriages, and to help them move from beyond “surviving” to “thriving.” We do that through inspiring large group experiences, empowering small group experiences, and equipping individual couples through fun date nights and helpful resources.
The Bible only gives us a few verses on how husbands and wives should love each other. We believe God did that on purpose. From the precious few Scripture verses on marriage come what we believe are Core 4 Habits of a great marriage that every couple can put into practice regularly.
1. HAVE SERIOUS FUN – Having fun as a couple is not optional; it’s essential. We believe the best way to protect your marriage is to enjoy it regularly.
2. RESPECT AND LOVE – Of the few verses God gives to husbands and wives, the directive to respect and love is commanded more than any other. This truth really canst us free when we understand the interplay of respect and love.
3. LOVE GOD FIRST – When Jesus was asked about the greatest commandment, His answer was to love God with all your are and to love others as well as you love yourself. Loving God in your individual life greatly impacts your married life.
4. PRACTICE YOUR PROMISE – Our spouses trusted that we would do what we promised when we said “I do”–to love each other and to stay together no matter what. Practically knowing and experiencing a lasting commitment is vital to every marriage.