Our History

Striving to live our ordinary marriage made extraordinary
by the companionship of Jesus and inviting others to do the same.

April 27, 1991

The Power of Putting God First

We exchanged our wedding vows on April 27, 1991. We were so in love and ready to take on whatever came our way. Big hurdles within the first year of marriage, little bumps the first five years. We then opened our hearts to the generosity of God. We discovered His plan for our marriage; and that we need Him at the center of our lives so that we can live out the JOY that He intended for our marriage.

Summer of 1999

Discovering the gift of the Theology of the Body
Pope John Paul II’s wisdom on the Theology of the Body gave us a new set of eyes to look at each other as husband and wife and a glorious world view that continues to reveal itself.

Summer & Fall of 2002

Became certified Natural Family Planning teachers
Taught 10 to 30 engaged couples per month on a volunteer basis, for five years.

January of 2007

From Discernment to Dedication

Through prayer and discernment, joined The Alexander House (thealexanderhouse.org); where we were trained extensively to become Marriage Coaches. We started our missionary work by taking couples through the Marriage Coaching process, as well as presenting Marriage Retreats and talks.

April of 2012

The Origin of Marriage Missionaries
Discerned and prayed and started our own nonprofit, Marriage Missionaries.

Fall of 2013

Expanded the Mission: Formation Team
Encouraged by Archbishop Aquila to join the formation team at the St. Francis School of Theology for Deacons, a division of St. John Vianney Theological Seminary, Archdiocese of Denver. We present 8 classes to the deacon candidates and their wives during their formation process

Fall of 2014

Bringing Coaching Home
The Daltons converted a garage at their home into a cozy and warm environment where they meet with individuals and couples.


Entering our 16th year of full-time missionary work

Marriage Missionaries has coached over 300 couples; over 1300 Marriage Coaching sessions. They have presented over 30 marriage retreats (over 200+ couples in attendance). They have trained 8 other couples to be Marriage Coaches; and two have started their own non-profits