April 27 & 28
Buy your ticket online and bring it with you
$115 - Couples Ticket (Before March 20 at Midnight. $145 after). $60 - Single Ticket (Before March 20 at Midnight. $75 after).
Unfortunately we do not. We have tried to keep the conference at a length that is short enough so that couples can find child care.
No, they are not included, but guests may receive a discounted room rate. Contact the Lodge at_____________. Be sure to mention “Fusion Marriage Conference” when you make your reservation to receive the discount.
No, but to enhance the weekend and ensure all distractions are left behind, we highly encourage it.
Tickets are non refundable but are transferable. Should you transfer your ticket please let us know by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
No. Show the Gatekeeper your conference passes to avoid the $15 entrance fee.
No, Friday night there will be light refreshments: Sodas, bottled water, chips, fruit, cookies, pastries etc. Saturday morning Continental breakfast. Remainder of Saturday there will be refreshments similar to Friday night.
No. The only tickets available are for the entire Conference, but you are welcome to come for as many or as few sessions as you are able.
Yes, Single Tickets are available for purchase and we encourage Singles, those Single Again, as well as those who are Engaged to attend. There will be great wisdom shared to help prepare you for your future as well as help bring healing for past hurts.
Yes. Even though your spouse can’t or won’t attend, you will still receive a lot of valuable information you can start applying to your marriage right away.
Though Victory 91.5 cares deeply about your family, in order to keep your weekend free of distractions and as a courtesy to other guests, we do not allow children in our sessions, including nursing infants.
This is not a counseling session and there aren’t any counselors on-site. However, each one of our volunteers can and would love to pray with you if you’d like.
No you will not. The only sharing that you will have is with your spouse. Couples do engage in conversation during lunch and other times during the retreat, but it is not directed in any way.
The attire is casual and comfortable.
No. Seating is on a first come, first seated basis.
Yes, it is an ADA compliant facility.