During National Marriage Week, Cornerstone Marriage & Family Ministries Will Release its COVID Guide for Helping Marriages in Crisis. The guide will be sent to type couples during National Marriage Week, Feb. 7 to 14 (Valentine’s Day).
Cornerstone Marriage & Family Ministries to Release Guide for Valentine’s Day
Recognizing that the COVID-19 pandemic has put significant strain on relationships, Cornerstone Marriage & Family Ministries has released a new COVID Guide for celebrating National Marriage Week 2021, February 7-14th. Events will be held at Hotels in Texas, Florida, Colorado and Ohio. Additional events will be held online as a marriage-saving and strengthening activity beginning the week leading up to Valentine’s Day.
National Marriage Week is a program designed to increase marriage improvement and promote the benefits of marriage for reducing divorce and benefiting children. Cornerstone is a national Christian organization conducting marriage events throughout the country.
Recent research confirms that married adults are about two times more likely to report they are “very happy” than adults who are divorced or never married. Not only does marriage increase adult happiness, but it also benefits children. In the US, marriage drops the probability of child poverty by 82%. Children raised by both their parents at home perform better in school; they are less likely to experience addiction, teen pregnancy, and trouble with the law.
Even with the challenges of the pandemic, marriage is worth it,” says Cornerstone, President, Roy Milam. “From increasing adult happiness to providing the security children need to thrive, marriage benefits everyone. And as many have realized during lockdown, strong marriages take work, but there are effective ways to strengthen struggling marriages and restore broken relationships.”
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Cornerstone will provide their new COVID Marriage Guides and provide online marriage support, along with its toolkit for strengthening your marriage during this difficult COVID crisis. “We will also provide a national calendar of marriage strengthening. We invite all those who believe that marriage is worth it to join with us to provide virtual tools to support marriages this February,” said Milam. “Especially during COVID lockdown, we need to help strengthen relationships across the country.”
For more information and a complete list of event dates for 2021 visit marriageministry.org.
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