We {Still} Do

The Heart of Family, with Kirk and Chelsea Cameron

Sundays, January 14 and 21, 5:00 PM

Show me that smile again…
Growing Pains and the Seavers were TV family royalty in the 80s and during that time Kirk Cameron, otherwise known as Mike Seaver, became a household name.  Now, fast-forward two decades later and Kirk, along with his wife Chelsea, take lessons learned from over 25 years of marriage and share it with a solid, biblically based and faith-filled perspective in a interactive video series.
Join us for this two-week event at Perimeter Church where we’ll look at the heart of marriage and the fundamentals of what makes a marriage thrive. Enjoy a family-style meal, fellowship and helpful conversation with families in your Connect Group. 
If you’re new to Perimeter or looking to connect, there’s a place for you at the table!  We’ll seat you with other families who live within your community or share in the same season of life and marriage!

  • Due to an overwhelming response to this felt need event, the We {Still} Do marriage event is sold out. Check back for other marriage topic events Perimeter will be offering this spring! 
  • Childcare vouchers will be provided at the event.

Week 1: Sunday, January 14, 5:00 - 6:30 PM
Marriage And Resolving Conflict

A healthy marriage takes years of practice. That said, marriage is something that takes a lifetime to get right and sanctifies us through years of growing pains.  When we choose to love our spouse despite the challenges and flaws that surface, God allows us to experience a whole new level of love for Him and love for those around us. 

Week 2: Sunday, January 21, 5:00 - 6:30 PM
Forgiveness And Joy

In order for a marriage to be healthy and thrive, forgiveness must be an essential practice. If there's one thing we can be guaranteed in marriage, it's the unlimited opportunities to practice forgiveness.  In week two, we'll discuss the type of forgiveness we need to practice in marriage - the kind that is free, constant and unconditional.

Click the button below if you are able to help with childcare (4:15 - 6:45 PM), set-up (3:30 - 4:30 PM), greeting (4:30 - 5:30 PM), or serving (4:30 - 6:00 PM) for the event on January 14 and 21. You are welcome to help one or more evening. Volunteers will receive a free dinner each night they serve. Thank you so much for helping us make this a successful event!