We are looking for 1000 Christian leaders to complete our Great Relationships Survey 2020
We are writing to ask for your help with an important project that we are working at The Relationships Academy. We are looking for 1000 Christian leaders to complete our Great Relationships Survey 2020
on marriage and couple support. We believe that this really important topic is under researched and want to understand more about the joys and challenges that Christian leaders experience, not just in their own marriages but also in helping other couples.
The survey will help inform our work to provide relevant resources and support to the Church, to Christian leaders and to clergy in training.
It would be amazing if you could 1) fill it out and 2) encourage other leaders you know to fill it out also. We are looking for all kinds of Christian leaders (not just Church leaders) including those in business, education, health, media, sport etc.
Because of the nature of the topic, many of the questions are quite personal. Please be as honest as you can. However, we want to assure you that your answers will remain confidential. Answers will be compiled and used anonymously. The survey should take around 15-20 minutes at most, to complete.
Unfortunately you won't get one of those reports at the end saying how well you are doing in your marriage but we hope just answering the questions will be a useful reflective exercise.
However, you will be given the chance to be entered into the free prize draw to be drawn on the 30th September. The winner will get a £100 voucher to a store of their choice.
If you want to keep up to date with our findings from the survey, you will also be given an opportunity to sign up to the Couples Network afterwards.
Here is the link to the survey:
Thank you so much in advance for your help with this. We really hope that together we can help change the nature of relationship support to the Church going forward.
With love and thanks,
Sarah & David Abell and Guy & Tania West
, Church Leaders
, Relationships Academy