Episode from the podcastHope Reclaimed

57: Premarital Counseling – Divorce Prevention Part 2 (Featuring Sid Veenstra)

Released Thursday, 20th June 2019
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Is it possible for you to prevent divorce before marriage? Sid Veenstra, a pastor and premarital counselor believes that you can! This episode of Hope Reclaimed is the second part of the divorce prevention series. In this episode, Ellie Herringshaw interviews Sid Veenstra who explains the importance of premarital counseling for anyone who is getting married.

Sid Veenstra Bio

Sid Veenstra, M.Div, D.Min. is an ordained pastor, professor or Pastoral Care in the D.Min. program at Bethel Seminary and a premarital counselor for all couples looking to enhance their marriage experience! Bringing an experience of working with over 1000 couples to premarital counseling, Sid helps couples to explore the impact of joining their family systems, along with their personal expectations in establishing and growing a healthy marriage. Sid uses “Prepare” along with the “MBTI” to enhance this process of learning and growing.

Resources Referenced

Saving Your Marriage Before It Starts: Seven Questions to Ask Before and After You Marry, By Les and Leslie Parrott

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