Marriage Enrichment Retreat

Rejuvenate your Relationship: Refresh and Replenish Together

The Allender Center Marriage Retreat is a weekend like no other. You and your spouse are invited to refresh and replenish in the midst of a long and unprecedented season — step into intentional space where you will deepen your connection to one another and rejuvenate your marriage.

Your Guides:
Dan & Becky Allender + Steve & Lisa Call

Through skillful teaching and guided activities led by Dr. Dan Allender, Becky Allender, Dr. Steve Call and Lisa Call, you and your spouse will focus on your own relationship in an interactive experience centered on each other (no small groups here).

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At the retreat, you will:

  • Learn strategies for finding each other in the midst of stalemates, anger, hurt, and disappointment.
  • Explore how to play together and create deeper joy in your relationship.
  • Have healing conversations where you will identify the ways your past heartache, trauma, or family dynamics may be affecting your connection as a couple today.
  • Hear honest and vulnerable stories from the Allenders and Calls about their own relatable relationship struggles.
  • Receive simple tools and guidance to deepen understanding and mutual respect.

Who is this retreat for?

This retreat is designed for married couples who are seeking time together to intentionally connect and deepen their relationship.

Whether you are in a season of stability or seeking growth and repair in particular areas, this retreat will foster a greater understanding of each other and how to support flourishing as a couple.

We do things differently, and aim to surprise and delight you by what is possible when going through this transformative experience.

This retreat is not appropriate if you are currently facing domestic violence, addiction, or other serious relational issues.

“Marriage requires a radical commitment to love our spouses as they are, while longing for them to be what they are not yet. Every marriage moves either toward enhancing one another’s glory or toward degrading each other.”- Dan Allender


This Marriage Retreat retreat is psycho-educational and not therapy. It provides an opportunity to engage in restorative work together as a couple, but is not intended to act as a substitute for consistent therapeutic engagement and support.