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HOPE AND A NEW BEGINNING

For couples in crisis, you can still put the pieces back together

Right now, your situation may feel like two people, too far apart, with too much damage done to save the marriage. But, before you and your spouse close the door forever, you owe it to yourselves and possibly your children to give saving this marriage another try. Take one more step and contact us now. You have everything to gain and so much to lose if you don’t.

 

Every detail of our retreat center was designed with you and your marriage in mind, allowing you to escape from the daily distractions of life and focus on your most important relationships. During your time with us, you will notice your pace slowing down, you will unwind, and reconnect with yourself, your spouse and with God. We look forward to serving you at one of our locations, a refuge for you and your marriage.

COME TO A PLACE OF HEALING

Begin your journey of healing at one of our two beautiful locations.

  • FOCUS ON THE FAMILY RETREAT CENTER
    Branson, MO
  • WINSHAPE RETREAT CENTER
    Rome, GA

A Message from Jim Daly, Focus on the Family, President and CEO

Jim Daly, President, Focus on the Family
Our marriage intensive programs are like “marriage ER.” We hear many testimonies from couples whose relationships were literally on the ropes—they were headed for divorce court. But at that moment of crisis, our team at the Focus on the Family Marriage Institute was able to help them turn things around and start down the road to healing and restoration.

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WHAT COUPLES ARE SAYING

Read what some of our alumni couples are saying about Hope Restored Marriage Intensives.

HELPING MARRIAGES IN CRISIS SINCE 2003

The Hope Restored marriage intensives have helped more than 4,500 couples in crisis find hope for their marriages.

We have worked with couples in crisis from all 50 states and over 30 different countries.

Of those surveyed, research shows 84.6% of couples are still married two years after attending