Dating, engaged, or married couples are encouraged to attend Jumpstart Marriage Conference, a two-day conference featuring author Steve Cuss and his wife, Lisa Cuss, Licensed Professional Counselor. The 2024 theme is “building a healthy and soul-satisfying marriage.” Couples will leave with an understanding of the role reactivity can play in marriage and how this impacts connection with each other, as well as, with God. The Cuss’ will also explore the role anxiety and triggers play in communication, conflict resolution, and strategies to improve daily presence with your spouse regardless of what season of marriage you are in.
Jumpstart is Friday, January 26 and Saturday, January 27 in the Crossings OKC Sanctuary. Tickets are $80 per couple or $45 per individual.
Friday, January 26
Doors open 5:30 p.m.
Conference begins at 6:30 p.m.
Light dinner and desserts will be served.
Saturday, January 27
Doors open at 8:30 a.m.
Conference begins at 9:00 a.m.
Breakfast and lunch will be served.
Conference ends at 3:00 p.m.
Programming for children, birth-12 years, is available with preregistration only; space is limited. Please complete both the childcare registration and the adult registration if you have children requiring childcare.
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Learn more about Steve and Lisa Cuss
Steve Cuss, author of Managing Leadership Anxiety: Yours and Theirs, is an ordained pastor and has faithfully served in local churches for 26 years. Steve holds sixteen hundred hours of supervised ministry in Clinical Pastoral Education and is a Spiritual Care Professional in the ACPE. He is ordained in the Independent Christian Churches and holds a Master of Divinity from Emmanuel Christian Seminary. Now, he works part-time for the church and full-time in speaking and consulting to help organizations understand team health and the infectious nature of anxiety. Learn more about Steve Cuss here.
Lisa Cuss, LPC is the founder of Pathways Counseling. She also hosts week-long Soul Care Intensives where she helps people process trauma, stuck places of pain, and the gaps between what they believe and what they experience with God.