FamilyLife Weekend for First Responders

Aug 8, 2012 by

Fire, police and EMT personnel in Stockton and Sacramento offered free event admission in appreciation for their service to the community

FamilyLife, the leader in marriage conferences, presents Weekend to Remember in Stockton (Oct. 31 – Nov. 2) and Sacramento (Nov. 7 – 9 and Nov. 14 – 16). Weekend to Remember is a marriage conference aiming to strengthen healthy marriages and heal troubled ones in a fun, supportive and non-threatening environment.

While every couple is encouraged to attend, FamilyLife has invited local area First Responders and their spouses to attend these conferencesfree-of-charge in recognition of the sacrifices they make to ensure the safety of their communities and the subsequent toll that their jobs take ontheir marriages. A First Responder couple includes at least one spouse who is active in the police force, fire department or EMT fields.

The three area FamilyLife conferences are scheduled as follows:

— Oct. 31 – Nov. 2: Sheraton Stockton Hotel at Regent Pointe, 110 West Fremont Street, Stockton. Cost for this conference is $99 per person*

— Nov. 7 – 9 and Nov. 14 – 16: DoubleTree Hotel Sacramento, 2001 Point West Way, Sacramento. Cost for this conference is $129 per person.*

* First Responder couples are invited to attend the conference for free and must register by end of day on the Thursday prior to each conference to guarantee admittance.

“This conference is not just for couples looking for an overhaul, it is also a positive way to impact and fine-tune all marriages,” said Chuck Douglas, FamilyLife field ministry representative and author of HomeBuilders: Protecting Your First Responder Marriage. “However, FamilyLife decided to give First Responders in the Sacramento and Stockton area an opportunity to attend these conferences for free, because their marriages are up to three times more likely to end in divorce.”

Couples interested in more information or registering for the upcoming FamilyLife Weekend to Remember conferences can visit . First responder couples should call [1-800-FLTODAY] to receive a promotion code, which they will use toregister online. All first responders will need to show proper identification to gain complimentary entry into the conference.



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