Chris & Anne Hogan

Imagine a married couple who enter a counselor's office so bitter that they cannot even look at each other speaking with a venom of past hurts, but who leave a few hours later arm in arm, smiling at each other!  This is the result that Chris and Anne Hogan experience in over 90% of the ones whom they counsel. Their methods are unknown or unused by the majority of marriage and family counselors today. The principles that Chris and Anne teach in seminars and in personal counseling are demonstrated in their own marriage and family of ten children.

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Chris & Anne Hogan
Husbands love having a collaborating conversation. However in our haste to collaborate, if connecting and comforting conversations are...
Chris & Anne Hogan
"Husbands, love your wives, and be not bitter against them" (Colossians 3:19). The time a husband least feels like rescuing his wife is the...
Chris & Anne Hogan
The Courageous Conversation – a strategy to follow for any pressing issue. Helping husbands to exchange normal leadership for noble...
Chris & Anne Hogan
Have you ever wondered if the spoken blessings of Biblical times could have any bearing on the success of your family today? Wonder no more...
Chris & Anne Hogan
Have you ever wondered exactly why some conversations leave you feeling energized and others leave you with a feeling of ...
Chris & Anne Hogan
Chris and Anne Hogan share from their personal experiences about how to teach your family to make wise decisions throughout life. They talk...
Chris & Anne Hogan
Chris and Anne Hogan speak on understanding others in order to develop deep and lasting relationships.
Chris & Anne Hogan
Just as there are five levels of physical maturity, there are five levels of spiritual maturity. Infant, child, adult, parent and elder....
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Chris and Anne Hogan teach on the five aspects of a Person, Partner, Parent, Provider, and Proclaimer. They show how the Lord works through...
Chris & Anne Hogan
In the two sessions on this DVD, you will learn about the vital few things fathers cannot fail to do if they want to build the foundations...

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