What We do
We designed a marriage study for couples originally coming back from deployment, but has been attended by couples in various deployment cycles, veterans, as well as civilians.
Guiding individuals through the process of growing in the Lord and being equipped by the Holy Spirit to overcome the pressures and trials of this life and become more Christ-like.
We walk with couples who are struggling in their identity, roles, addictions, and/or affair recovery and help bear their burdens to a healthy recovery.
Walking through life with couples while spurring them on to love others through Men’s studies, Women’s studies, Post Traumatic Stress groups, as well as couple’s studies throughout the year.
Who we are
We met in high school knowing almost immediately they both had found “the one” and quickly married to the land of happily-ever-after, but not so fast. After two short years of marriage, we were ready to call it quits thinking our marriage wasn't worth saving, but God had other plans.
God brought us to a FamilyLife Weekend to Remember® marriage getaway where He took a hold of our hearts and gave us blueprints to restore and flourish our broken marriage. After years of applying and growing, God lead us to be on staff with FamilyLife. As Field Ministry Directors, overseeing 12 Weekend to Remember Marriage Getaways each year, we were so amazed God would lead us to be on staff with the ministry He used to change our lives.
During 2007, God made us aware of the many obstacles marriages in the military face. We felt God sharpening our call to get into the fight. God has given us testimonies, tools, and a desire to see individuals come to a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. We then transferred to work specifically with military marriages and families and moved to Ft. Hood.
Since our move to Ft. Hood in 2009, we have been blessed with the opportunity to impact hundreds of individuals and marriages. We look forward to God’s plans as we work with pastors and chaplains to see where God directs us in the future for our family and ministry.
We are responsible for developing a team of ministry partners who provide for our monthly salary, ministry expenses, and benefits.
We are supported through the tax-deductible contributions of individuals, churches, and businesses.
Would you be willing to join our team with a monthly gift of $100 or some other amount that God would lay on your heart
to support our family as we serve soldiers and families at Ft. Hood?
If so, there are currently two ways to give:
Please send a personal check made payable to 10:10Life to…
PO Box 311
Belton, TX. 76513
If you prefer to give electronically, click the donate button above to give through PayPal.
(you do not have to set up a PayPal account)
We’ll provide necessary receipts and documentation for tax purposes.
Thank you!! We can not continue in ministry here without your partnership.
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