Looking for a ministry you can do together as husband and wife?

Become one of our support couples! You can help struggling couples find hope, help and healing… while strengthening your marriage in the process. You don’t have to lead or teach anything. You don’t have to have a perfect marriage. You simply need to be able to love on and serve people.

Support Couple Job Description

Reports to: Director of Ministry

Position Summary:

This voluntary position is for Christ following couples who have been married for a minimum of 5 years to the same spouse. These couples will support the Marriage Hub staff in facilitating a weekend marriage intensive retreat. The goal is for the “Support Couple” to build connections with our “client” couples, attending the intensive, so they can interact with them during the follow-up process after the weekend is over.

Expectations before and during the Intensive:

~ Read the couples’ questionnaires prior to attending the weekend intensive
~ Attend the 3-day marriage intensive retreat. (Friday 6:30 pm – Sunday 6:30 pm)
~ Fully participate in the intensive. Get to know the couples during meal times and other times when we are not in session.
~ Get permission to exchange phone numbers / emails with the couples attending to aid in the follow-up process.
~ You help with the hospitality needs of the group.
~ There is no cost to you. We take care of your meals and expenses.

Expectations after the Intensive:

~ The week after the intensive is over – we encourage that you touch base with each couple to find out how they are doing transitioning back to “normal” life … and if they have been able to start their first “Heavy Lifting” assignment.
~ For the next three months – we encourage that you touch base with each couple to encourage them in their “Heavy Lifting” assignments and to see how they are doing.
~ If you hear from the couples we ask that you send us an update on how they are doing … so we can track their progress and step in to further help them if needed.

Application Process:

~ Fill out the Support Couple Application Form
~ We will schedule a face-to-face interview. (This can be done virtually.)

Lead Couple Job Description

Reports to: Executive Director

Ministry Details: 

The Marriage Hub is a division of House on the Rock Family Ministries a 501 (c) 3 non-profit corporation. We are an evangelical Christian mission serving couples who are in marital crisis through our Marriage Hub Intensives.  We see couples come to our intensives ready to separate and over 85% of them leave ready to work on restoring their marriages.

Job Summary: 

Lead Coaching couples facilitate our three day intensives; and are responsible for guiding / teaching / coaching up to three client couples throughout the weekend. They are proactive in building connection with these couples and make themselves available for one on one interactions when requested.   

Leadership Responsibilities: 

Prepare for the intensive by reading the couples questionnaires to become familiar with their marital situations. Arrive early … set up the meeting space … greet clients … seek to build connection … lead and oversee the entire intensive experience which includes teaching the Marriage Hub curriculum, moderating the interaction of client couples and the issues they bring to the table.

Skills Required: 

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Experience: 

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We will train our lead coaches to lead the intensive and teach the material. Read about the training process.

Physical requirements: 

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Salary and benefits: 

This is a part-time position with no benefits. Starting salaries will be negotiated.  We do not let our Lead Coaches facilitate more than 2 intensives per month.  

Background checks will be given to all of our candidates

Not sure if our Marriage Intensives are the right fit for you? Download our quiz to find out.

We’ve helped couples of all different ages, stages, numbers of years married, re-married, educational, vocational and faith walk backgrounds. They come because they’ve “lost that loving feeling” due to the stresses and strains of jobs, kids, finances, pornography or unfaithfulness. Years of disillusionment and unresolved hurt have eroded their ability to communicate and emotionally connect.

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