Need hope for your marriage?

If you or a couple you know are in a hopeless place, Focus on the Family’s Hope Restored Christian marriage counseling intensives can help.

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Call for Hope 866.875.2915

Contact us toll free and speak to one of the Focus on the Family Marriage Institute trained consultants who are ready to confidentially and sensitively answer any questions specifically about our Hope Restored Marriage Intensives.

Hope For Your Marriage

Rebuilding Marriages

Marriage intensives are new beginnings, even for husbands and wives who think all hope is lost.

Heal Your Marriage

Heal Your Marriage

Marriage really can come together in new ways. Your life and marriage can be better and stronger.

Your Marriage Can Thrive

Restoration Is Possible

Escape and experience the serenity and space you need to focus on yourself and each other.

Marriage Intensives for Couples In Crisis

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 one more try. Take one more step and contact us now. You have everything to gain and so much to lose if you don’t.


Unique Resort-Style Environment

Customized programs at the Focus on the Family Retreat Center or the WinShape Retreat Center take you away from distractions and routines, and allow the two of you to escape to one of two locations.

Branson, Missouri
Branson, Missouri
Rome, Georgia
Rome, Georgia

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The gold standard for helping marriages in crisis since 2003.

Over 3000 marriages helped

The Hope Restored marriage intensives have helped more than 3,000 couples in crisis find hope for their marriages.

Couples from all 50 states have been helped by Hope Restored

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

84 percent of marriage that get helped are still marriage two year later

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

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