2014 Marriage Enrichment Kickoff
Reggie and Peachie Williams kicking off yet another Marriage Enrichment year. On Super Bowl Saturday February 2014 using the theme of football, Team Williams delivered the principles of marriage NFL (Never Failing Love) style to more than 25 couples.
The Tie That Binds
"The Tie That Binds," a tie tying event produced to give young men ages 15 to 18 some of the lessons they didn't receive from their fathers, was a tremendous success based on evaluations. The workshop, which included powerful speakers, a lunch at Carrabbas, and monogrammed shirts and ties gifted to each participated, was graded at 4.8 out of a possible 5. Adam Alston, the keynote speaker, had the greatest impact on the youth as he shared his story of being convicted at 18 to 25 years in prison.
Listen to The Tie That Binds radio interview
2013 Marriage Emphasis Day
At the 2013 Marriage Emphasis Event, Mr. & Mrs. Williams of Marriage Nectar present the "Servant Leadership" award to Dr. Leonard N. Smith and the "Best Supporting Minister" to Dr. Ken B. Ballard, for their DEDICATED SERVICE to the institution of Marriage. To Deacon D. Melvin Green we presented with the Inaugural "Still Standing Award." Dea. Green and his bride are now married 67 years.
Promoting Health Among Teens
In this two day training I trained trainers from non-profits, county agencies and even a Baptist church, the PHAT (Promoting Health Among Teens) Curriculum. The curriculum promotes abstinence first while ensuring that teenagers are educated about the practices of safe sex - if they choose against abstinence.
Marriage Top Chef
Marriage Nectar hosted Marriage "Top Chef" style. Fourteen couples spent a wonderful evening in a Top Chef cookoff, judges and all, at Cookology in Dulles Town Center; Sterling, Va. Needless to say the team that I was on won :-). Had a GREAT time.
Step In The Name of Love
Marriage Nectar experienced an incredible weekend of workshops. On that Friday night, with the help of hand dance instructors, we taught the principles of marriage using the principles of hand dancing. Approximately 35 couples experienced the unique workshop in "Oneness."
On that following Saturday morning seven couple visited a Senior Living Center and we had a ball. We read to them, engaged in conversations with them and heard a couple of love stories that were inspiring. We concluded the visit with a brief workshop on honoring your vow "Until death do us part."
We concluded the weekend by breaking bread. Approximately 15 couples attended church together and fellowshipped over brunch. It was a wonderful weekend, strengthen by the body of marriage.