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Oxygen for your Relationships
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On this week's show, we'll introduce you to Seattle-based Stronger Families, a grassroots movement to change the culture around marriage, so that more kids grow up with their mom and dad. They are helping couples make positive and lasting changes in their marriage through various programs like their Oxygen Seminars. Here to tell us more are Noel Meador, Executive Director of Stronger Families, and Garrick Pang, Associate Director of Stronger Families.

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Motivation with a Purpose: Oxygen for Your Relationship

What does it take to have a healthy and meaningful marriage? Garrick Pang and Noel Meador have blueprints for healthy relationships and are quipping couples and families to be healthy and loving through their Stronger Families Program.


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Guest(s) Appearing on this Episode
Garrick Pang
Garrick Pang has extensive experience in the non-profit world and a heart passion for strengthening marriages & families. Born and raised in the Pacific Northwest, Garrick has worked in higher education, real estate, non-profit management, served as a pastor in small, medium and mega church settings and worked overseas as a soccer playing missionary in 25 countries.

Stronger Families Website

 
Noel Meador
Noel Meador serves as Executive Director for Stronger Families in Seattle, Washington. In this role, he is dedicated to strengthening families and marriages and ultimately, affecting the community at large. He has been a part of marriage outreach, pastoral counseling, and marriage education since 2001. Noel is the lead author of the Oxygen for Your Relationship seminar, which provides couples with tools and resources that help them promote authenticity and renewed vitality in their relationship.

Oxygen for Your Relationships

 


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