If only there was a place for couples when they reach an impasse. Nothing is working ...
The Ravines exists for couples who are in crisis, or just struggling to get back to a healthy relationship. Sometimes the struggles are caused by an issue - an affair, or an addictive behavior. But sometimes it’s simply because no one is paying attention to the relationship. Children, parents, work, money, yes even church can eat away at what was once a great relationship.
For all these reasons and more, The Ravines was established.
Time away can sometimes help. But time away with clear direction with a Christian counselor can make a long-term difference for your family. God is the creator of marriage and He wants yours to thrive.
If this scenario defines your marriage (or the marriage of someone close to you), give us a call at The Ravines. We’re here to help.
Join The Ravines Team
Does the idea of The Ravines spark something in you? Would you like to be involved in the mission of providing a safe place where couples can focus on God’s healing for their marriage?
We could use your expertise. Current needs are for:
- Host couples to spend a weekend at this beautiful facility, providing meals, coffee and friendship to attending couples
- Occasional airport runs
- Gardeners to help keep the grounds beautiful
- Grocery shoppers
The Ravines would not exist without the help of our faithful volunteers. They bless this work with the generosity of their time. To ask about joining this vibrant team, contact Sharon Vree at firstname.lastname@example.org
or call Sharon at 219.864.0300, ext. 195.
Interested in more info about hosting? Contact us about our August 23 Hosts Gathering.
Out of time, but still want to help?
Your financial gift to The Ravines will help us maintain the facility. Gifts can be sent to:
The Ravines, 100 81st
Ave. Dyer, IN 46311
Or call 219.864.5063 to give a credit card gift.
Your financial support is making a difference in families.
“Kind words are like honey; they are easy to accept and good for your health,”
When was the last time someone said something encouraging to you? We remember those words.
When was the last time someone slayed you with their words? We remember those also.