Vespers to Feature Relationship Seminar

Vespers to Feature Relationship Seminar

Pastors Mike and Gayle Tucker

Southwestern’s Friday night worship program this week is in partnership with the Keene Seventh-day Adventist Church. The program on Friday, Jan. 28 at 7 p.m.will feature Pastors Mike and Gayle Tucker presenting the relationship seminar: “Mad About Marriage.”

This relationship seminar is for Southwestern students and church members, whether single or married, to explore what makes a marriage work. Single students will discover what to look for in a potential husband or wife for a strong and happy marriage.

“Marriage is a marvelous and complex relationship,” says the Tuckers. “Most couple have been ‘mad about marriage’ in the sense of being madly in love with their spouse. But most of us have also been just plain mad. We are looking forward to spending a wonderful weekend exploring ways to flip the switch from ‘mad’ to ‘madly in love’.”

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