Marriage and Relationships
Robin, Claire, Bradon & Hadley Redick
People are relational by nature. God designed us to live in community. Whether it’s getting along with the person next door, having a great marriage, dating well, or having amicable workplace interactions, we all experience fuller lives through positive relationships. Strong relational skills are foundational for living out God’s command for us to love one another, but it isn’t always easy.
Roswell Street offers many great opportunities to learn and practice useful relational skills based on Biblical principles:
Parenting: “Train up a child in the way he should go,” (Proverbs 22:6) is great advice, but we could all use a little help with just how to do it. Relational parenting workshops and classes are offered periodically throughout the year. Learn to find an effective balance between rules and relationship through knowing your child’s emotional and spiritual needs.
Marriage: Jesus said, “and the two shall become but one flesh. What God has joined together, let no man separate,” (Matthew 19:6). Whether you are nearly wed, newlywed, or are a seasoned veteran, you can find hope and healing for a troubled relationship, make a good marriage great, or even make a great marriage holy. We offer an array of enjoyable and practical classes and workshops that lead couples into personal encounters with each other as well as the God who created and ordained marriage.
To learn more about upcoming classes and workshops, contact Robin and Claire Redick.
You can also check out our events sign up page.
Need some support in your marriage or just a friendly ear? No need to go it alone. Please reach out. Be sure to give us a good way to contact you back.
Marriage coaching is provided free to our local community by For One Another™ and Roswell Street.
Why free? For One Another and Roswell Street believe that strong families are the foundation of strong communities. Our desire is that every couple would experience a marriage that is full of mutual love and that every child would grow up in a stable and home with both parents.
For One Another marriage coaching sessions are offered on Wednesday evenings at 6:00pm based on Robin and Claire’s availability. Sessions must be scheduled in advance.
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What is Marriage Coaching?
Marriage coaching helps couples accomplish relationship outcomes that both spouses desire to achieve. Marriage coaches are skilled partners who help couples learn new skills, put plans into action, and experience success.
For One Another marriage coaching provides the following services:
- Wisdom regarding practices that foster strong marriages.
- Guidance to help couples identify specific, observable, and achievable goals.
- Structure to help couples accomplish streamlined and focused positive change.
- Action plans that build on existing strengths.
- Application tools to help couples carry out their action plans.
- Accountability and Encouragement.
Who can sign up for Marriage Coaching?
We believe that God designed marriage as a permanent relationship between a man and a woman. As a result, our experience and guidance fall in line with this perspective. We can provide useful perspective and tools to any husband and wife who have a good marriage but find themselves in a stuck place.
Might we need Marriage Counseling instead?
Marriage coaching is short term, goal specific, and action oriented. It is designed to help a couple put their marriage back on track in some specific area of need. Marriage coaching can be a powerful partnering force in these situations:
- Many aspects of your marriage are good.
- A known area of your marriage is hindered, and you need helpful wisdom, tools, and encouragement to work it out.
- You find yourself routinely in conflict over a specific issue.
- You are having trouble putting some marriage goal(s) into action.
- Both partners display a desire to improve and just need some help with what to do.
Marriage counseling is long term and meant to identify root causes for marriages in complex states of crisis. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, counseling is recommended.
- One or both spouses consider the marriage to be in “crisis mode”.
- One partner has “checked out” of the marriage in a critical area and shows no desire to work toward solutions.
- One partner has decided to divorce.
- A diagnosed mental health challenge or past trauma is creating continual difficulties in the marriage.
- Domestic violence, abuse, or threats are taking place.
Make a coaching appointment today!
Ready to move your marriage forward? Contact us today for to schedule a marriage coaching session: ClaireRedick@RoswellStreet.com
Who are Robin and Claire Redick?
Robin and Claire Redick have been married for twenty one years and have two children.
Robin is an ordained marriage and family development minister and certified group facilitator. He holds a Doctorate of ministry (DMin), a Masters of Ministry (MDiv) and a Masters of Business Administration (MBA). Claire has an Masters of Arts (MA) and supports Roswell Street Church’s teenage and family ministries.
Robin and Claire regularly lead community workshops for marriage, parenting, and dating. Common marriage topics include communicating effectively, connecting emotionally, developing achievable goals, partnering toward dreams, enhancing sexual intimacy, building trust, and addressing hurts.
We delight in sharing God’s Word in connective and life transforming ways and are grateful for opportunities to exercise our gifts to the advancement of marriage and family.