February 11-12, 2011
Extreme Makeover: Marriage Edition SMARBC Couples Retreat
“Rejoice in the Lord, you righteous, and give thanks at the remembrance of His holy name.” Psalm 97:12
Retreat cost: $97.12 (Psalm 97:12!)
Pre-registration fee of $50.00 due by February 1, with the balance due at the retreat. A gift book is included in the retreat fee.
Click here to download the Brochure and Registration PDF
Couples may arrive on Friday after 2 pm for FREE TIME. (You are welcome to bring a game to enjoy with other couples if you would like)
6-7 pm Dinner
7-8 pm Session 1
8-9 pm Game: The Wheel of Love
After 9 pm Free Time
8-9 am Breakfast
9-10 am Session 2
10-11 am Free Time
11-12:30 pm Youth Haven Highlight & Session 3
12:30-1:30 pm Lunch
1:30-3:30 pm Free Time
3:30-4:30 pm Session 4
4:30-5:00 pm Depart
Ken and Sharon Floyd Retreat SpeakersKen and Sharon Floyd have been married for 34 years. They have a daughter and son-in-law, Allison and Taylor Helmick, who live in northeast Ohio. They are blessed with a one year old grandson, Connor. A granddaughter is due to arrive in March. The Floyds served in pastoral ministry for over twenty-five years. They are in their fifth year of ministry with the Michigan Association of Regular Baptist Churches (MARBC). Ken leads the MARBC as the Executive Ministry Director and Sharon serves as the Office Manager. They regularly minister in dozens of churches through out Michigan as well as in out of state conferences. The Floyds have enjoyed sharing at several marriage retreats and combine practical Bible teaching with real life stories to help couples embrace God’s design for marriage.
Questions? Contact Us!
Pastor Tim Rowland
Lansing Ave. Baptist Church
4000 Lansing Ave.
Jackson, MI 49202
Youth Haven Ranch
3796 Perrine Rd.
Rives Junction, MI 49277
Southern Regional Fellowship of the
Michigan Association of Regular Baptist Churches
The SMARBC is a regional network of churches and pastors in fellowship with the Michigan Association of Regular Baptist Churches (MARBC). The MARBC exists to foster the mutual unity, partnership, and enrichment of its churches.