Friday, September 24, 2021, 12 AM - Sunday, September 26, 2021, 12 AM
2021 FALL MARRIAGE RETREAT
To register: Choose one of the couples to register - DO NOT CHECK both names when asked in the drop down menu who is attending. When answering the questions on the registration form, you will be asked name of husband and wife - this will capture couple information.
For mail-in option download the printable registration form.
Join us at the Hilton Branson Convention Center a 12-story AAA Four Diamond Hotel in a superb location - just steps from historic downtown Branson and Branson Landing. The Landing is a popular dining, shopping, and entertainment location adjacent to Lake Taneycomo. You may find yourself not needing your car until you head home! Basic parking is included in your registration cost, but can be upgraded to garage or valet.
The hotel offers a beautiful outdoor pool , an indoor pool, a fitness center, and areas to gather with friends, play games, and enjoy refreshments. A full, hot, and delicious breakfast for two on Saturday and Sunday mornings, and lunch for two on Saturday is included. Arrive early on Friday and enjoy the day in Branson! Check-in begins at 3 pm on Friday. Free time is built into the weekend, so you can relax as a couple on Friday and Saturday evenings. Plan a date night, connect with other couples, take in a show, go for a walk, or do as you please! Sunday morning will include a time of worship and celebrating your marriage. The retreat ends at noon on Sunday; giving you plenty of time to head home or experience more of what Branson has to offer!
Our speaker, Dan Seaborn, is a nationally known as a speaker and founder of, Winning at Home. Dan has a comfortable and humorous communication style. He will be sharing what it means to have a gospel centered marriage; one where Jesus is along for the ride!
Enjoy all of the above for just $450 per couple. A deposit of only $50 holds your spot; $200 is due by June 1, with the final balance of $200 due August 30. If preferred, smaller payments can be made at more frequent intervals to meet the above deadlines.