Heal Thy Marriage Intensive

DayStar Ministries is now providing another venue for the healing of marriages. Please read this to become aware of the “Heal Thy Marriage” weekend intensive coming on August 13-15, 2023.

Has your marriage suffered the pain and trauma of adultery? Are you struggling to put the pieces back together with your spouse and need help and support on your journey? The road to recovery after a betrayal is difficult for both the husband and wife. Thankfully, there is help available. You can attend an Apostolic-facilitated event to find hope and healing in this difficult time.

Daystar Ministries offers the “Heal Thy Marriage” Weekend Intensive in Portland, Oregon, on August 13-15, 2023. This weekend will be a time for couples dealing with the trauma of infidelity to come and receive intensive training from people who have been down that road and have healed from the pain that adultery brings.

It doesn’t matter how long ago the infidelity took place. Healing can occur in a safe environment if it has not happened fully. The adultery could have happened physically, emotionally, or virtually. 

What is a Weekend Intensive?

An Intensive is a focused weekend where couples can take a break from their busy schedules and focus on what matters most—working towards healing in their marriage. We will spend three days together, discussing critical healing components and offering hope to each hurting couple. Topics such as “Defining Adultery,” Trauma,” “Rebuilding Trust,” “Communication,” and “Setting Healthy Boundaries,” along with others, will be covered. If you have experienced infidelity and need support in healing, please join us August 13-15 and see what God can do in your marriage!

I am excited that this weekend intensive is available for couples needing it. Don’t hesitate to contact me for more information or refer a couple to me. 

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