Thursday, June 7, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

$39/couple

Marriage, the way God intended it to be, is a true art form. That’s why for more than 40 years, FamilyLife has been helping couples understand God’s plan for relationships. Join our FamilyLife guest speakers and homeschool parents Hans and Star Molegraaf as they share their own story of redemption and the biblical truths to portray both the challenges and the beauty of God’s design.

Hans and Star Molegraaf

Hans and Star have been married since 1994 and are founders of Marriage Revolution, a gospel-centered ministry to couples. After being married for two short years, however, they were bitterly separated and headed for divorce. Their powerful story of redemption gives living proof that all things are possible with God. After God resurrected their marriage, their passion for sharing God’s blueprint for marriage has exponentially grown and God has been increasingly using them in one to one ministry, small group bible studies, and leadership around marriage and family.
In 2006, they joined the staff at FamilyLife where God continued to refine their skills in helping other hurting couples experience the power of the Gospel and communicating God’s blueprint for marriage.
In 2010, they moved to Houston, Texas and started Marriage Revolution. Since then, God has used them to help thousands of couples through marriage counseling, events, and resources.
Their story continues to be used across the country and around the world to encourage hundreds of thousands of couples through FamilyLife’s Art of Marriage conference and the national radio show, FamilyLife Today. Hans and Star are also speakers for FamilyLife’s Weekend To Remember Marriage Conference. Hans and Star have six children and have homeschooled each of them starting in the elementary years.

Keith and Trish Tully

Keith and Trish Tully met in college at William and Mary. They have been married for 29 years and have four children: Perry 23, Merritt 21, Jacob 19, and Joseph 17. They have homeschooled for the last 19 years. Their marriage was redeemed 16 years ago at FamilyLife’s Weekend to Remember getaway. They now serve together as missionaries with FamilyLife, a gospel-centered marriage ministry. They work with churches throughout the nation helping them take practical steps toward impactful marriage discipleship. Their personal story of brokenness and redemption has been used by God to encourage thousands of marriages toward God’s vision.