4 Habits of a Joy-Filled Marriage | Webinar Series

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Experience More Joy More Often in Your Marriage

What separates happy marriages from miserable ones?

Surprisingly, it’s not healthy communication. It’s not conflict resolution skills. It’s actually the size of the marriage’s joy gap.

Joy Gap /joi gap/ (n.)-1. The length of time between moments of shared joy.

Healthy marriages regularly produce joy, and joy keeps the marriage healthy. But this kind of happiness and health in marriage isn’t just for the lucky few who stumble upon it. It turns out that certain relational skills boost your happiness. Marcus Warner and Chris Coursey will teach you how to develop those skills and how to:

  • return to joy more quickly after disconnection
  • create stronger bonds and elongate times of happiness
  • boost your enjoyment of physical and emotional intimacy

Anchored in the latest brain science, 4 Habits of Joy-Filled Marriages is a new book giving you insights, exercises, and a plan for keeping your joy gap as small as possible.

Join co-authors Marcus Warner and Chris Coursey in this 5-part webinar series as they dive deeper into the 4 habits that will help you stay in love.

Videos

Shrinking the Joy Gap in Your Marriage (Webinar #1)

We’re guessing you didn’t get married because you thought you would be miserable with the person you love. You got married because you thought you would have more joy with him or her. However, as you may have discovered, joy can be an elusive thing. Most of us have no idea what causes joy or how to revive it when it begins to fade.

In every marriage, there is a joy gap between those moments when we feel happy to be together. The longer that gap gets, the harder the marriage gets.

Join co-authors Marcus Warner and Chris Coursey in this free webinar as they discuss what causes the joy gap in our marriages to increase. You will also be intrigued as they explain the essential brain science behind growing joy.

Playing Together for a Joy-Filled Marriage (Webinar #2)

We’re guessing you didn’t get married because you thought you would be miserable with the person you love. You got married because you thought you would have more joy with him or her. However, as you may have discovered, joy can be an elusive thing. Most of us have no idea what causes joy or how to revive it when it begins to fade.

In every marriage, there is a joy gap between those moments when we feel happy to be together. The longer that gap gets, the harder the marriage gets. When our joy gap gets too wide, intimacy is one of the first victims in our marriages.

Good News: You can have a joy-filled marriage!

Anchored in the latest brain science, 4 Habits of Joy-Filled Marriages is a new book giving you insights, exercises, and a plan for keeping your joy gap as small as possible.

Join co-authors Marcus Warner and Chris Coursey in this free webinar as they discuss how special events, social routines, and relational sex can keep playing together a priority and fill your marriage with joy.

Listening for Emotion to Build a Joy-Filled Marriage (Webinar #3)

Have You Ever Felt Like Your Spouse Isn’t Hearing You?

Then you need the most important tool for keeping relationships bigger than problems! Without this tool, many couples experience the frustration of talking without being heard. What is the key to making this happen?

Learn to practice the habit of listening for emotion!

Join us for this free webinar and you’ll build the most important tool for keeping your relationship bigger than the problems you two will face.

Good News: You can have a joy-filled marriage even when problems arise!

Anchored in the latest brain science, 4 Habits of Joy-Filled Marriages is a new book giving you insights, exercises, and a plan for keeping your joy levels high.

Join co-authors Marcus Warner and Chris Coursey in this free webinar as they discuss how to get your right brain listening for emotion before your left brain starts trying to solve problems.

Fill Your Marriage with Joy through Appreciation (Webinar #4)

Having a joy-filled marriage is easier than you think; if you form the habit of practicing appreciation.

When you married the person you love, the expectation was that being together you would have more joy. However, as you may have discovered, joy can be an elusive thing. Most of us have no idea what causes joy or how to revive it when it begins to fade.

In every marriage, there is a joy gap between those moments when we feel happy to be together. The longer that gap gets, the harder the marriage gets.

Good news: we know the most powerful force for growing joy in your marriage!

Anchored in the latest brain science, 4 Habits of Joy-Filled Marriages is a new book giving you insights, exercises, and a plan for keeping your joy gap as small as possible.

Join co-authors Marcus Warner and Chris Coursey in this free webinar as they discuss how couples that share appreciation intentionally and daily keeps the joy gap small.

Nurturing a Rhythm for a Joy-Filled Marriage (Webinar #5)

Joy! Joy! And,more joy!

That is what you expected when you married the person you love. However, as you may have discovered, joy can be an elusive thing. Most of us have no idea what causes joy or how to revive it when it begins to fade. In every marriage, there is a joy gap between those moments when we feel happy to be together.The longer that gap gets, the harder it is to sustain the marriage.

Good news: there is a rhythm that shrinks the gap and increases joy!

Anchored in the latest brain science, 4 Habits of Joy-Filled Marriages is a new book giving you insights, exercises, and a plan for keeping your joy gap as small as possible.

Join co-authors Marcus Warner and Chris Coursey in this free webinar as they discuss:

  • nurturing a rhythm of joy and rest
  • why couples need to learn to rest together and on their own
  • how you and your spouse can establish a healthy relationship

Speakers

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For over 20 years Chris has been testing, creating and practicing brain-based solutions to make relationships work. While Chris is highly motivated to develop practical resources, Chris enjoys spending time with Jen and their two sons, Matthew and Andrew. The Coursey’s enthusiastically pass on the skills they missed growing up to their sons.

In addition to building joy on the home front, Chris spends most of his time teaching, training, developing materials, fostering relationships, exercising and equipping God’s people to mature, so they live according to their faith and values.

Chris is a published author with seven books in print including his latest, Transforming Fellowship: 19 Brain Skills That Build Joyful Community which is now translated into Korean. Chris travels the world equipping couples, ministry leaders, and churches in relational brain skills.

Chris earned a B.A. in Sociology from Eastern Illinois University and then started working as a counselor working with children and families with severe trauma. Chris completed his Master’s Degree in Theological Studies from a Messianic Jewish Yeshiva called MBI, or Messianic Bible Institute, out of Virginia. Chris is also an ordained minister.

Deeper Walk International President

Marcus Warner has served as president of Deeper Walk International since 2006. Marcus earned three degrees from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School – M.Div., Th.M. Old Testament, and D.Min. He has written numerous books and spoken for both ministry and corporate groups across the country and around the world. A Bible teacher at heart, Marcus has taught Old Testament and Theology at the junior high, high school, college, and seminary levels. His passion is taking complex topics and making them practical and accessible for everyone.

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