It’s wise to invest in your marriage, and whether you’re struggling or strong, there’s always room to grow. Discover what it means to connect your hearts through spiritual intimacy with Dr. Chris and Alisa Grace, co-hosts of the popular podcast, The Art of Relationships.
It’s wise to invest in your marriage, and whether you’re struggling or strong, there’s always room to grow. Intimacy in marriage involves our emotions, our communication and conflicts, our spirituality and our friendship.
About the speakers:
Dr. Chris and Alisa Grace met in 1986 when they were seated at the “singles” table at a friend’s wedding. He fell in love with her quick wit, she fell in love with his motorcycle, and (after selling the motorcycle to buy her engagement ring) they were married just a year later.
Now, for more than 35 years, the Graces have been writing, teaching, and speaking nationally to thousands of couples, churches, and college students on healthy Christ-centered relationships, dating, and marriage. Together, they co-lead the Center for Marriage and Relationships at Biola University, where Chris is a social psychologist/full professor, and Alisa is an adjunct faculty member. They are sought-after speakers for notable groups such as In-N-Out Corporate Headquarters, Yale Law School, UC Berkeley and they co-host the popular podcast, The Art of Relationships. They are co-authors of the Marriage Mentoring Workbook and Video Series, and serve on the national speaking team for FamilyLife’s Weekend to Remember marriage conferences.
Chris and Alisa live in Southern California where they have two adult children married to fabulous spouses, two absolutely perfect grandchildren, and their unexpected blessing who attends Biola University.