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Marriage counselor Mark Gungor is known to many in Christian circles as a funny guy. But his bottom-line points are serious.
“Romance is a great salt to sprinkle on the hard work of sharing a life with another human being,” the Green Bay, Wis., church pastor said. “But the main ingredient of a happy marriage can never be romance.”
Gungor’s wisdom is the heart of the six-session, DVD seminar, “Laugh Your Way to a Better Marriage,” beginning at 6 p.m. Sunday at Columbus First Assembly, 2100 10th St. The 90-minute sessions are open to anyone, married or single.
Cost is $10 for singles and $15 for couples for the series.
Gungor covers topics such as “How to Stay Married and Not Kill Anybody,” which deals primarily with forgiveness, plus segments on how to relate, sex, and what makes your mate tick, among others. Child care will be provided.
Gungor said in one of the videos that he wishes women would stop rejecting a spouse’s compliments.
“Here’s a secret, ladies,” he said. “You want him to like you.”
Gatherings are through Dec. 15, with Thanksgiving weekend off.
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