What Did You Expect: Redeeming the Realities of Marriage
A live conference with Paul David Tripp
Friday, June 16, 7-9:15 PM | Saturday, June 17, 9 AM-12:15 PM
Doors open at 6 PM | Doors open at 8 AM
Location: Canyon Hills Community Church
22027 17th Ave. SE, Bothell, WA 98021
Cost: $225/per couple – Includes conference registration, one night stay (June 16th) at Hilton Garden Inn in Bothell, and a made to order breakfast Saturday morning. Please click the link at the bottom of this page to register (Please do not register through the Canyon Hills website as we have reserved spaces for our attendees).
(You will not need to book your Hotel Room as we have reserved rooms ahead of time)
Join Paul Tripp as he redeems the realities of marriage in this weekend conference.
Learn how marriage of unity, understanding, and love is rooted in worship. This conference is encouraged for married, engaged, or dating couples. (please contact Tim Rinker at firstname.lastname@example.org, before registering for this event if you are not yet married and would like to attend this conference.)
It won’t take long for you to be disappointed in marriage. It won’t take long for your dreams to be dashed. The reality is that you can’t escape the brokenness of this world. You won’t be able to avoid the sin of your spouse.
The Bible teaches that we all bring something destructive into our relationships – sin. But as Paul David Tripp explains, we buy into the delusion that our biggest problem is outside of us. We blame our spouse. We blame our circumstances. We rarely take seriously the nature of our own sin.
Unlike other marriage books that only diagnose horizontal problems, What Did You Expect? fights a much deeper war over the worship of our heart. It’s only when we worship God as Creator, Sovereign and Savior that we will ever love as we should. What Did You Expect? challenges you to look into the mirror of God’s Word and see yourself with clarity. Maybe it’s you. Maybe you love yourself more than your spouse. Maybe you love your little kingdom more than God’s big Kingdom. When you reach that level of honesty, you’re at the edge of real good things for your marriage.
Start working on a marriage of unity, understanding, and love.