Paul Tripp Marriage Conference

Paul Tripp Marriage Conference



Join us for two day as we learn how to build a sturdy bond of trust within the marriage relationship. In this seminar, you will discover how to manage expectations, the difference between attraction and love, and how to experience a beautiful marriage through the practice of confession and forgiveness.


Faith Baptist Church is committed to serving our community by seeing healthy marriages established, built up, sustained, and encouraged. There are few of us who, in the early days of romance and relationship building, can clearly see or understand the demands and difficulties that will impact our marriage. The What Did You Expect? marriage conference provides biblical wisdom to build trust, commitment, and forgiveness in your marriage. Whether you’ve been married a long time, a little time, or you’re not even married yet, it is possible for your marriage—present or future—to grow. A healthy marriage is possible, and it is God’s plan. Take a step forward, invest in your marriage. 


Dr. Paul David Tripp is a pastor, counselor, event speaker, and award-winning author. With more than 30 books and video series on Christian living, including the best-selling What Did You Expect? Redeeming the Realities of Marriage, Dr. Tripp’s driving passion is to connect the transforming power of Jesus Christ to everyday life. He and his wife of 45+ years, Luella, live in Philadelphia; they have four grown children.


Friday, April 13

6:30 — Doors Open, Light Refreshments Provided
7:00 — Evening Sessions Begin
9:30 — Conclusion

Saturday, April 14

9:00 — Light Breakfast Items Provided
9:30 — Morning Sessions Begin
Noon – Conclusion


The $25 registration per couple investment secures your place, a book, Friday evening snacks, and light breakfast items on Saturday.

Don’t miss out on this event if the only thing holding you back is needing childcare. Available for children up to 12 years old, childcare will be provided upon request with registration. Limited space available. (Children must be pre-registered in order to stay.)