Married Couples Can Have Their Own Big Night OutMarriedPeople Offers New Downloadable Event for Churches
(CUMMING, GA — September 15, 2010) MarriedPeople, a partner organization ofOrange designed to help churches help marriages, is launching a new “Big Night Out”event program today. The Big Night Out events will help couples celebrate the goodthings happening in their marriage in a way that is powerful, yet fun for both wife andhusband. Created to be turnkey, downloadable and low cost, these events can behosted within local churches anytime at their convenience.
Big Night Out downloadable events are designed by church leaders for church leaders.While the nights are most definitely fun, they truly are life changing for many, manycouples, said Reggie Joiner, founder and CEO of Orange.
” Most churches lack the time and budget for a focused marriage ministry. We willprovide the tools to churches that want to be known for helping marriages, said TedLowe, founder of MarriedPeople and former director of MarriedLife ministry at NorthPoint Community Church in Alpharetta, Ga. We want to make the church the hero.
Church leaders can log on to marriedpeople.org and download everything they needto conduct a Big Night Out event at their church. Big Night Out downloadable eventsinclude program orders, messages, host scripts, production orders, videos, computergraphics for promotion and the event, takeaway pieces for application, several word documents that coach leaders through the event and more.
Jonathan Cliff is married to his wife Starr and they together live out their days with two sons and a daughter. Jonathan serves as one of the Pastors at Grace Community Church in Clarksville, Tennessee; where he works with leaders throughout the city to help develop Christian community that leads to deep and meaningful spiritual friendships. His journey has been an adventurous one, having served in the local church for 15 years in family ministry developing leaders, building environments for kids and students to belong, and encouraging parents to take big spiritual steps with their families.