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ReEngage

ReEngage brings couples together to learn about God’s design for marriage and apply biblical principles for building a healthy relationship.

Class details

Every Wed, Jan 26–May 4 @ 6:30–8p — 253/254
F Chris & Diane Deily
C Kelly.Laughlin@HoustonsFirst.org

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Large Group

Every week begins in a large group setting, where you will hear stories of hope from other couples whose marriages have been transformed. ReEngage leaders will also share practical steps you can take to improve your own relationship.

Small Group

After meeting as a large group, participants will break off into smaller groups, with each group led by a facilitator couple. Together, you and your small group will work through the 14-lesson curriculum and learn how to effectively communicate, resolve conflict, and grow closer to your spouse.


ReEngage is about relationships.

Our goal is to help you grow in your relationship with your spouse, with other couples, and with God.

You are not alone.

You and your spouse will go through ReEngage in a group with 4-6 other couples who, just like you, are seeking a better marriage. More than just a weekly meeting, small groups bond by sharing life experiences and supporting one another.

Leaders who lead by example.

ReEngage facilitators are passionate about getting to know you, hearing your story, and leading you to a healthier marriage. They will be honest about their own struggles while helping you see clearly the challenges in your marriage.

Experience what marriage is meant to be.

God has designed marriage to be a supportive, loving, life-giving relationship that mirrors His own unconditional love for us. ReEngage will help you better understand that design and learn how to apply it to your own marriage.

Who should attend?

ReEngage is for one man, one woman couples who are married (in other words, this is not for seriously dating, engaged, or cohabitating couples). Previously married couples who are separated or divorced and are considering reconciliation are encouraged to attend as well.