Marriage Conference: Renewing Marital Intimacy

February 16, 2024 to February 17, 2024

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Tending, Tuning & Testing our Marriages According to the Gospel

Every garden needs tending, every hot rod needs tune-ups, and every marriage needs attention. Whether you’ve been married a short or long time, or you anticipate being married soon—there’s always something to learn and somewhere to grow. This conference offers the opportunity to examine what God says about marriage, do a little maintenance, and learn from other couples within the church. Join us as we hear from Ray & Missy Mehringer. Please note that childcare will be provided on Saturday only. Registration has now closed. If you'd like to attend the conference, please email us

About our Speakers, Ray & Missy Mehringer

2402AM_MarriageConf_RayMissyBioPhoto2Missy and Ray met at Texas Tech University in 1977. Married 45 years this June, they have four children, two married adult sons, and two married daughters. They have ministered to married couples for 20 years, the majority of that time with couples at The Masters Seminary. In present day, they continue their ministry by leading married couples through, “Sweethearts for a Lifetime,” a marriage study. Having seen families break apart and the hurt it causes young children, they have a deep burden for ministry to married couples. 

We asked Ray & Missy a few questions and here are their responses.
  • What have you learned in all of your years working with couples in ministry? We realized a marriage is a primary way of displaying the gospelit's a spiritual reason for marriage to be an effective testimony of Christ. Having a strong marriage relationship correlates to a strong gospel testimony.
  • What would you say is the most common thing marriages are missing? What's missing is the work of ministry in marriage. Husbands and wives need to put in the work—build the marriage and do the work. 
  • How can we prepare for the conference? Pray for this conference ahead of time for what God wants to show you through this opportunity. Ask yourself, "What in our marriage do I need to put off?" and come ready to put on.