God designed and destined your marriage for greatness.


God hardwired the two of your DNA and combined them together with the intent of birthing something amazing—your marriage purpose. Couples who live for a greater purpose, together, thrive! They understand that unified in purpose, two are better than one.

God created you and your spouse for a work that only the two of you can accomplish together. Couples who enjoy marriage and celebrate their relationship, to its fullest, focus their energy toward living a unified purpose.

Your unified passions, when aligned with God’s, are unstoppable!

Enjoy this 7-Day Reading Challenge, specifically crafted to help you develop a greater, more purpose-focused, not problem-focused, relationship.

He designed you with distinction. God joined you for a purpose and destined you, together, for greatness.


Then, stay tuned for more details about the Marriage Mentoring Facebook Group. 

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The foundations for our marriage purpose must be established by God and for God.



As entrepreneurs and owners of small businesses, certified life coaches, and most of all parents of two teenagers and a now twenty-something-year-old, we understand busy! We identify with the challenges that present themselves on any given day. And, comprehend the struggles that occur in ever day life. When first married, we allowed those struggles to divide us. We lived into our problems. If it could be done wrong; we did it.

As God taught us the powerful truth that problems divide; purpose unites; we made a decision to pursue and seize a purpose-focused marriage and it changed everything! So whether in books, video curriculum, or conference retreats, couples will enjoy PURPOSE-focused topics that provide inspiration to live Married for a Purpose!

RAVING REVIEWS for Married For A Purpose

Bill and Audi Barbosa

“Our life is and amazing journey one that should always be enjoyed by a husband and wife. Recently I had a bump in the road of happy. I read Greg & Julie Gorman books and they were instrumental in guiding us through the issue. We were so impressed we took it one step forward and now we are being coached by them. We feel so much love and gratitude and hope when we are finished with our session. I guess I can say thank you lord for answering my prayer and bringing your guidance to us through Greg & Julie Gorman. We are full of gratitude.”

Cynthia and Vince Restivo

“We have always known we could be a strong team; we both have strong personalities and skill sets. Two Are Better Than One helped us to unite our strengths around a MUTUAL purpose. We are both passionate and purpose-filled people and creating a partnership in purpose for our marriage helped us recognize our synergies, taught us to focus our energies on areas that fuel our purpose in marriage, and deliver the most impactful results.”

Jennifer and Mike Posegate

“We would consider our marriage to be a pretty normal marriage, maybe even a pretty good marriage. We are not exempt from experiencing the weight of everyday life. We have ministry, family life, mental health issues, and infertility struggles (just to name a few) that were becoming the focus of our relationship. After our church’s conference with Greg and Julie Gorman we were refreshed and purpose-focused rather than problem-focused in our marriage. We remembered everything we had in common. Everything that was fun about being us. We were challenged to set common goals and to pray with one another. To prioritize the time and effort it takes to have a healthy God-centered marriage.”

Dan and BJ Cupp

“Greg and Julie have an immense drive to see God work in your marriage. Their ability to communicate proven and sustainable principles to help you discover God’s intended purpose for your marriage is by far one of the best systems to assist you in your relationship journey. We have found value in the recourses and teaching resulting in a better awareness and understanding of God’s purpose for our marriage. Above and beyond Greg and Julie’s publications, they have coached and taught thousands of people in presenting Biblically founded and realistic principles to propel your marriage into a space that allows for maximum impact in relationships.”

Scott and Cindy Haskell

“Two Are Better Than One is not only a great read but has truly impacted our lives. It showed us how our two entirely different personalities and entirely different methodologies could find common ground around shared core values. Finding this common ground has helped us to develop a collaborative marriage purpose statement. Finding our marriage purpose is exciting and enables us to live our lives together focused on our calling. Two Are Better Than One is a must read for couples. It has proved an invaluable tool for understanding our core values and the unique purpose for our marriage.”


Greg and Julie Gorman provide life-transforming content and coaching for your business and life. They write, produce, and host weekly broadcasts and hold certifications from the Patterson Center, Dr. John Maxwell, and Personality Insights Institute. As executive coaches, trainers and speakers, Greg and Julie share together internationally and have enjoyed sharing the platform with many well-known speakers such as Les Brown, John Maxwell, and many more. Together, Greg and Julie coach and inspire individuals, organizations, and couples to maximize their potential and embrace life to the fullest.

Greg and Julie built Gorman Leadership on the core values of excellence, integrity, and authenticity, the same values they carry in life and marriage. Their relationship is an example of strength and a model for making marriage and business thrive. They, along with their three children, make their home in southern Florida.

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