Through marriage coaching, couples can learn to reconnect emotionally and physically, leading to a stronger sense of intimacy and closeness.

"The family is where we learn to live with others despite our differences and to belong to one another."

– Pope Francis

"The family is the first school of the human virtues of love, respect, and mutual service."

– Pope John Paul II

"Marriage is an act of faith in the goodness of life and the future."

– Pope Francis

"Marriage is a living icon of the love of Christ for his Church."

– Pope Benedict XVI

“Marriage is an act of will that signifies and involves a mutual gift, which unites the spouses and binds them to their eventual souls, with whom they make up a sole family – a domestic church.”
Saint Pope John Paul II (Love and Responsibility)

Marriage Coaching is the sharing of the gift of Holy Matrimony – one married couple to another – so that we Receive Love, Live Love and Share Love.

Couples who invest in their marriage are finding fulfillment – great pleasure is being discovered.

Are you looking to strengthen your marriage and improve your relationship?

Marriage counseling can help you and your partner achieve a deeper understanding and connection.

Sharpen your marriage, with so many others who are turning to marriage coaching.

1. Inquire About Marriage Coaching

Please contact us by either calling at the number 303-578-8287, or by sending an email to matt@marriagemissionaries.org.

2. Marriage Coaching Intake Forms

You can either download, print, and fill, or use the interactive forms to download, fill out, save and email back to us.

3.Book your First Coaching Session

We have made it our mission to provide flexible scheduling options that cater to your busy schedule. Book with us today.

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Matt and Mindy Blog

Join Matt and Mindy as they share their personal journey and insights on marriage and family life through their ‘Stories’ blog. Follow along as they navigate the ups and downs of ministry and discover ways to strengthen and deepen your own relationships. Whether you’re a newlywed or a seasoned veteran, their honest and relatable stories will inspire you to make your marriage and family a priority.

The Holy Spirit, the Lord and Giver of Life

We entered marriage in 1991 with our own ideas dominating our thoughts and actions of what marriage was all about, specifically the teaching on openness to life. What does the Church know about marriage, let alone being a father or mother? Does the Church realize how...

When our idea of ‘getting ahead’ changed

During the first five years of our marriage, our relationship could be described as utilitarian; what’s in it for me? And that is the opposite of love. We both worked fulltime. Matt was in sales, 100 percent commission. Thoughts of meeting his quota and counting the...

When the ‘I do’s’ get stormy

Picking the most beautiful parish, hiring the most talented musicians, the freshest flowers, bridesmaid dresses that reflect the color of the season, and of course the most important part…planning the party afterward. The food, the open bar, the band and dancing. Now...

In honor of the beauty of ‘woman’: mothers, sisters and brides

It was early in our marriage that I, Matt, treated Mindy more like an object than as a helpmate—I was selfish. My own mother sensed a lack of grace from our marriage. She approached me and said that if I hadn’t been to confession in a real long time that I wasn’t...