FamilyLife Canada

Help for Today. Hope for Tomorrow.

The heart of FamilyLife Canada is to bring help and hope to every marriage and family.

FamilyLife Canada has been teaching, training and equipping families for over 25 years. Here’s a quick look at what they are all about…

Watch short videos and testimonials on various topics:

Vision

FamilyLife Canada exists to bring help and hope to every marriage and family. They believe…

  • The family is the foundation of every community.
  • A healthy marriage is the cornerstone of a strong family.
  • The ultimate and lasting strength of every marriage and family is found in a relationship with Jesus Christ.

Weekend Getaway

A Weekend Getaway is a marriage conference uniquely designed to enrich your relationship. For most couples it’s a chance to reconnect, re-establish the foundation and rekindle romance. For others, it’s a fresh start. For some, it will be the weekend that saves a marriage.

Homebuilders

Homebuilders are people just like you: strengthening their own marriage and family, but they’re also investing in the lives of others. They pass on what they’ve learned. Then they recruit, inspire and equip others to do the same. It’s a growing movement that keeps on multiplying! And you’re invited to be part of it.

Marriage Mentoring

The Marriage Mentoring initiative is designed to tackle those things that trip up marriages, especially in the early years. Couples often think their issues are unique and can feel alone in their struggles. Through a series of focused conversations, marriage mentoring normalizes those struggles and brings couples into community. The result is revitalized relationships, both for the couples mentoring and those being mentored.

Together For Good

To help couples stay together for good, growing in love over a lifetime. It’s what we want when we choose to be married. A Vanier institute study found that 95% of Canadians say that marriage is supposed to be for a lifetime…together for good. Together for Good workshop outlines the great good that marriage is designed to be and then addresses honestly the two great challenges to staying together for good – differences and drift. 

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