‘It’s never too late’Published 11:59am Monday, January 14, 2013
Grace Fellowship Church will be presenting a new program aimed at helping married couples achieve the kind of relationship described in the Bible.
Executive Pastor Glenn Weber said the seminar will be presented by Jim and Kathy Hitch, a couple who travel the country giving marital advice based on Christian principals.
“This is the first one of these we have done,” Weber said. “The title is called ‘It’s Never too Late to Live Happily Ever After.’ It is presented by Jim and Kathy Hitch. They live in Nebraska and used to travel the country with a singing ministry. Now their children have all grown up and they hold marriage seminars and do other private marriage counseling through their ministry, Simple Grace Ministries.”
Weber said the couple are not strangers to Atmore and the church is very excited to have them visiting once again.
“They’ve been through the Atmore area several times,” he said. “These seminars will be held Friday, Feb. 1 from 7 to 9 p.m. and Saturday from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. at the church.”
Weber said the seminars will be a combination of lecture and interactive periods, with breaks and refreshments supplied by the church. On Saturday, Weber said there will be a lunch break, but those in attendance will be expected to make their own plans. Child care is not provided by the church for the upcoming event and Weber said registering ahead of time will be helpful in allowing Grace leadership to plan for how many people will be in attendance.
The marriage seminars are free and open to the public. For more information, or to register to be a part of the seminars, calls may be directed to Grace Fellowship at (251) 368-4463.