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Enabling Stronger Relationships Within Your Community

Using a combination of theology and psychology best practices, the RelateStrong program empowers leaders with the tools to facilitate group sessions with people within their community who want to strengthen their relationships with spouses, couples, family, friends, colleagues, and within the Body of Christ. Designed originally — and still perfect for — married couples, the RelateStrong program has been expanded to work just as exceptionally with individuals!


Get To Know RelateStrong

RelateStrong has prepared leaders across the world to facilitate small-group discussion sessions within their churches, universities and non-profits to help communities build stronger, healthier relationships. RelateStrong is built on a foundation of theology and Restoration Therapy — a Marriage and Family Therapeutic Model that efficiently identifies identity and safety patterns, while empowering emotional regulation and mindfulness for behavioral change.

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The Boone Center for the Family has gathered a collection of resources for individuals, couples and families. The resources to the right align with the overall philosophy and approach of RelateStrong.


RelateStrong Background

Committed to helping church members understand their own issues in dealing with conflict, boundaries, personality differences, and spiritual gifting, the program framework is designed to enhance relationships and life satisfaction.

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