NARME’s 2012 Conference Registration Now Open!!!

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NARME’s 2012 Conference Registration Now Open!!!

Spring-time is here and so is the registration for the NARME 2012  conference!

WHO:
    You! Marriage, Fatherhood, Relationship Educators, Therapists, Counselors, Pastors & Clergy, Lay Leaders!

WHAT:
NARME 2012 Conference (Champions for Children!)

WHEN: 
July 20-25th, 2012

WHERE:
Baltimore
Hilton - special rate $139/nt single-double and $159/nt triple-quad; (1/2 price
internet -guest room);

Register online at
www.NARMEconference.com

WHY:    Network, learn, have fun!  You won’t want to miss this year’s conference!

DETAILED INFO:

Preconference Training:

 
3-day begins on Friday, July 20th and ends Sunday, July 22nd - from 8:30 - 5pm daily
2-day begins on Saturday, July 21st and ends on Sunday, July 22nd - from 8:30 - 5pm daily
1-day begins runs Sunday, July 22nd from 8:30 - 5pm

CONFERNECE:
 
Opening Night - Sunday, July 22nd, at 6:30pm
Day 1 - Monday, July 23rd, 8am to 5:30pm
Day 2 - Tuesday, July 24th, 8am to 5:30pm - (6:30pm - NARME night at the Orioles game-Camden
Yard!)
Day 3 - Wed, July 25th, 8am to 2:30pm
 
 
 
Strengthening Marriages and Families

P.O. Box 14946 | Tallahassee, FL 32317 US

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Marriage Monthly: How To Stop An Argument Before It Starts, For Your Marriage TV Spot, Grow Old Along With Me: Marriage In The Later Years

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Subject: Marriage Monthly: How To Stop An Argument Before It Starts, For Your Marriage TV Spot, Grow Old Along With Me: Marriage In The Later Years
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For Your Marriage  
marriage monthly
MARCH 2012   

Home   Dating & Engaged    Parenting & Family    For Every Marriage    About Catholic Marriages

Featured Article: How To Stop An Argument Before It Starts
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Do you and your spouse seem to have the same arguments? A best-selling author shows how to stop the top five arguments that occur in every family.

New TV Spot!
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How far does a good marriage go? It affects a lot of people say persons-on-the-street--maybe even a whole stadium-full.   

Blog: Happily Even After


Noem familyJosh and Stacey have just moved to South Bend Indiana, where Stacey has started her "dream job" at the University of Notre Dame. Meanwhile, Josh has taken on the role of "homemaker." How is he doing with his to-do lists?

 

Monthly Book Review    "Grow Old Along With Me: Marriage In The Later Years"   

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Want to make the most of the later years of marriage? This enjoyable, easy-to-read book offers stories and questions for reflection.
 

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Marriage Tip of the Month
March 7
In time married couples work out a division of labor between them. Usually it's based on skills, interest, and time. Neither females nor males, however, are biologically better suited to cleaning the toilet. Is there a job you hate? Try switching for a day.

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March 19, 2012 Weekly Reflection

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The Faith & Politics Institute's Weekly Reflection
For the week of March 19, 2012
A Blessing for Work
In honor of the Celtic tradition of spirituality celebrated on St. Patrick's Day and in honor of St. Joseph, the patron saint of workers whose feast day is today, we offer the friends of The Faith & Politics Institute this Irish blessing for a fruitful week, no matter your occupation or vocation:

"May the light of your soul bless your work with love and warmth of heart.

May you see in what you do the beauty of your soul.

May the sacredness of your work bring light and renewal to those who work with you and to those who see and receive your work.

May your work never exhaust you.

May it release wellsprings of refreshment, inspiration, and excitement.

May you never become lost in bland absences.

May the day never burden.

May dawn find hope in your heart, approaching your new day with dreams, possibilities, and promises.

May evening find you gracious and fulfilled."  

     ---John O'Donohue, To Bless the Space Between Us:  A Book of Blessings 

 

 

 

 

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SHM

The Supporting Healthy Marriage Evaluation:  Interim Impacts on Low-Income Families

OPRE released an interim impact report from the Supporting Healthy Marriage (SHM) evaluation. This evaluation involves eight demonstration programs across the country that provided services under the SHM model, which included marriage and relationship education sessions and support services. Over 6,000 low-income couples enrolled in the study. The interim report presents 12-month impacts of the SHM demonstrations on a range of measures such as couples’ relationship status and quality, positive and negative interactions, co-parenting and psychological well-being. The project is being conducted by MDRC and its subcontractors, Abt Associates, Child Trends, Optimal Solutions Group, and Public Strategies, Inc. The report can be found at http://www.acf.hhs.gov/programs/opre/strengthen/support_hlthymarr/index.html and a press release can be found at http://www.acf.hhs.gov/news/press/2012/ACFMarriagePrgStudy.html.


Bill

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a Fatherhood article

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Date: Wed, Mar 7, 2012 at 3:14 PM
Subject: a Fatherhood article
To: billcoffin68@gmail.com


Hi Bill,

 

I appreciate receiving your “Scoop.it” articles related to NARME.  I’ve attached an article from a local community newspaper about the “On My Shoulders” fatherhood curriculum (from PREP,Inc.) that I’m presently offering in our area.

 

I wasn’t sure how to “post” something to the site, so I’m emailing it in case someone is interested in learning more about my experience and how it is helping dads.

 

Thank you!

 

David E. Brown, DCE, LPC

achiever, intellection, responsibility, input, learner

Minister for Adult Education & Family Life

Trinity Lutheran Church

38900 Harper Avenue

Clinton Township, MI 48036

586-463-2921, ext. 108

www.trinityct.org