Jeff and Glynis Murphy have been teaching couples how to build a great marriage for over 25 years, with unparalleled success. Today, they focus their ministry on helping couples recover from relationship challenges stemming from poor communication, unresolved conflicts, broken trust, unforgiveness and sexual misinformation and dissatisfaction.
In 2011, Jeff co-authored the highly acclaimed book, "The Solution for Marriages: Mentoring a New Generation," which is being used to train marriage mentors around the world.
Jeff and Glynis are both Prepare/Enrich Certified marriage mentors. They live in Florida where they serve as Marriage Ministry Directors at Family Church and have on-line ministries that reach thousands of couples around the world each day.
Jeff and Glynis have two married children, Laura and Steven, and three grandchildren.
Randall and Julie Sibert have been married since 2003. Having previously been married, Julie had endured the pain of a divorce she neither asked for nor wanted. When she and her toddler son moved into a basement apartment in the house next to Randall’s home, she was doubtful another relationship was on the horizon. Turns out, it wasn’t on the horizon, but just across the yard. Randall, though, had his own doubts. He had wanted to be married for quite some time, but at age 35, had nearly given up on the possibility. Enter God, stage right!
Because of some of the intimacy struggles in her first marriage, Julie was determined that sex would be a sacred and nurtured part of her marriage to Randall. Neither of them have ever regretted such a decision!
Out of a God-driven desire to encourage wives in their marriages, Julie began writing and speaking on sexual intimacy. Her blog, "Intimacy in Marriage," has a large global audience and is consistently rated as one of the top Christian blogs on sexuality and marriage. Julie strives to shed light and hope into these areas that are often wrought with difficulties, yet rich with the potential for profound connectedness.
Randall and Julie live in Nebraska, where they are doing all they can to keep up with their sons, Mitchell and Bradley.