We are thankful for the opportunity to have spent time with Jim Daly and John Fuller in Colorado Springs. After the broadcast, we had the opportunity to field many calls. There are many broken marriages all over the country and the world longing for help.
We had the opportunity to talk with couples in the midst of crisis, share God's grace, pray with them and point them back to their local church for additional help. We talked with many church members, seeing a ministry gap in their local church, asking how they could help leadership launch Grace Marriage in their own churches.
We had the privilege to talk with church leaders, excited to shepherd couple in an effective and ongoing way in their marriages.
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Co-founders of Grace Marriage, Brad Rhoads and his wife, Marilyn, were interviewed live in studio at Focus on the Family. They offer insight to couples as they describe how they’ve learned to love and serve each other well. Brad and Marilyn discuss the importance of modeling a good marriage to our culture, and the work of their ministry, which assists local churches in strengthening marriages.
About Brad and Marilyn:
A graduate of the University of Kentucky College of Law, Brad Rhoads practiced as a full-time attorney for more than 20 years, and he has served as the lay pastor of marriage at his church since 2010. His wife, Marilyn, holds degrees in psychology and social work, and counseled at Counseling Associates before leaving the practice to be home with her children. Together, Brad and Marilyn are the co-founders of Grace Marriage, which is dedicated to assisting local churches to change marriage in our churches and the culture at large. The couple leads marriage retreats, authors marriage wellness materials, provides leadership training, and leads quarterly marriage groups. Brad and Marilyn have five children. Learn more about the Rhoads and their ministry at gracemarriage.com.