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April, 19, 2014  

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WellSpring See The Story Tours

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2014

Tuesday, April 8 at 6:30 PM

Monday, April 21 at 11:45 AM

Tuesday, May 13 at 6:30 PM


These one-hour tours are designed to get you in-and-out - and back to your day or evening - a bit more informed and hopefully a lot more inspired!


Please contact Tracy Whiteside at 614-538-0353 x6226 or at twhiteside@wellspringcolumbus.org in order to make a tour reservation.

 

PREPARE/ENRICH Trainings Offered

PREPARE/ENRICH is one of the premier pre-marital/marital assessment tools available today.  Founded out of the University of Minnesota, they have trained over 100,000 PREPARE/ENRICH Facilitators in the United States and have international offices around the world.  Over three million couples have completed one of the couple inventories.  We are fortunate to have our own Pre-Marital Specialist and PREPARE/ENRICH Trainer - Jeannette Tate - to offer training.

For further information or to register for a future training, please contact Jeannette Tate at 614-538-0353 x6237.

 

  
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A heart for those who are hurting, who sometimes lack resources, and don't know where to turn

 

 

We have an awesome staff of approximately 50+ counselors, coaches, and interns, with diverse areas of specialization and focus, serving in nearly thirty satellite offices.  Learn more about our team and what we do on the counseling / coaching page.


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Pastor Brad Kochis "Through our personal journey we found how even the strongest of marriages, the most committed of marriages, can be made even stronger and more vibrant."

Watch the video testimonial from Pastor Brad Kochis

BETCHA DIDN'T KNOW...

"The percentage of Americans who say their top priority is family has declined (from 51% in 2006 to the current level of 45%).  Despite the decline, though, family-related goals – which include having a good family life, being a good parent and having a good marriage – remain the most important priorities to Americans."
- Barna Research Group (2010)