You long for a marriage that glides like a beautiful Waltz–that’s fun like a flirty Salsa–that’s breathtaking like a Quick Step. But instead of a dance, you wind up with a tug-of-war. Would you like to stop stepping on each other’s toes? Learn how to move together as one as you do The Marriage Dance.

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Bob and Roxann have been married for more than 35 years and have three grown daughters and four grandsons. Bob is an attorney with a Master of Arts in Theological Studies. Roxann is a “career wife and mother” who has also been a credentialed teacher and an education consultant. Over the last decade, they have immersed themselves in learning how to make marriages better. Bob and Roxann have spoken at
Christian conventions, workshops, and special events at churches.

“Bob and Roxann were a delight to listen to and watch as they spoke at our couples gathering and compared love and marriage to a dance–a perfect partnership where couples can either glide together as one or step on each other’s toes as they go. A must see!”

Karen Brown, meeting planner


She took ballet and went to social dances. He hid under the desk so he wouldn’t have to dance with a girl. She likes words. He likes numbers. She communicates with stories. He didn’t talk until he was four. She’s romantic. He gave her a high-quality flashlight for Mother’s Day. She dances gracefully, and he–strategically. How do you get two people who are so different to move together as one?

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