We Saved Our Marriage
You can save yours too
Tim and Diana developed a process through their own experience to guide you step by step in healing your marriage.
The Journey Through was founded to assist others on their journey, so they may be strengthened and find hope. Tim and Diana Journy offer a unique, caring and compassionate way through their coaching, courses and programs to encourage individuals and couples to find peace, joy, fulfillment and purpose.
Encouraging couples and individuals with compassion to see that healing is possible:
“Wow! What an experience and an eye opening weekend it was. Being a male and being a powerful, popular male I thought it would be a waste of time. How wrong I was, Tim and Diana shared very personal things with my wife and I which allowed us to feel the connection and the love that they have for their fellow human beings. This allowed both my wife and myself to open up which in return got to the bottom of our struggle. A struggle we had been dealing with for several years. Married for twenty three years and thanks to this weekend we are going stronger than ever before. God Bless Tim and Diana ad their Ministry.”
Regenerate Your Marriage Private Intensive
“I read Tim and Diana’s book when every day of my marriage felt like a rollercoaster. I was constantly trying to interpret my husband’s actions because he wasn’t really sharing how he felt. I was drawn to Tim’s story because it gave me the perspective I needed to understand what my husband was thinking and feeling. I saw similarities between their relationship and mine. I started to understand the conflict and confusion my husband was struggling with but didn’t have the words to express it. This insight gave me the knowledge to ride out the highs and lows of each day without extreme emotions. After reading Tim’s story I knew this process would take time as my husband untangled his feelings for two women he cared about. It provided the peace and understanding I needed to be patient. When my husband would open up even a little bit and share his feelings, I didn’t have to bombard him with a million follow-up questions. I already had the insight I needed from reading Tim’s story to understand what he was trying to say.”