Chad & Kathy Robichaux at Lakeshore

Lakeshore welcomes special guest speakers Chad & Kathy Robichaux on Father's Day Weekend.

Join Chad & Kathy for a Marriage Workshop on Saturday June 16 and come hear them share their story at both the 9 & 11AM services on Sunday June 17.

"I would never walk into a competition thinking I was going to fail, but I spent the first fifteen years of my marriage never really confident that we were going to win."
~Chad Robichaux

Marriage Workshop

Chad and Kathy will be hosting a Restore Marriage Workshop on Saturday June 16 from 9am – 12:30pm.  Join Chad & Kathy as they discuss the challenges they faced in their marriage and provide tools to help couples draw closer to God and allow Him to restore their marriage.  The morning will include a main session with both Chad and Kathy, followed by a breakout session for men with Chad and for women with Kathy.

Pre-registration for the Restore Marriage Workshop is now closed, however walk-ins are welcome.  The cost for the seminar is $10 for individuals and $18 for couples. Childcare for this event is now closed.


Sunday Services with Chad & Kathy

Chad and Kathy will both be sharing their story of how their marriage was transformed from near-divorce to a strong and growing marriage and how the same principles that worked for them can work for any couple willing to fight for their marriage and rely on God’s help.  They will also talk about their individual growth and development that has led to each of them being the person that their spouse would love to love.  This will be followed by an interview with questions from people in the church.

This is a can’t-miss event for married couples in all stages of life, for single adults, and for anyone fascinated by the process of overcoming marital failure, PTSD, and the lure to find success at the expense of relationships.  The Robichaux's story is powerful proof that it can happen.


About Chad

Former Force Recon Marine/Afghanistan Veteran
Pro MMA Champion
Best Selling Author
Founder of Mighty Oaks Foundation

Chad M. Robichaux is the President and Founder of the Mighty Oaks Foundation, a leading military non-profit serving the US Military active duty and veteran communities with highly successful peer-to-peer faith based combat trauma programs and combat resiliency conferences. Chad and his team are dedicated to helping America’s military warriors and their families suffering from the “unseen wounds” of combat such as Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Chad is a former Special Operations Force Recon Marine and DoD Contractor with eight deployments to Afghanistan as part of a Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC) Task Force. He has earned an MBA and is a Board Certified Pastoral Counselor with a focus on PTSD. Chad and his wife, Kathy, have been married for 21 years, and have three children. After years of deployments their family personally faced the challenges of PTSD. They now share a story of a victory in Christ through the struggles our warriors face returning home and have dedicated their lives to sharing that story to mentor others like them. Chad is a widely sought after public speaker and subject matter expert on PTSD, military and veterans’ issues providing advisory to the nation's highest ranking flag officers and advised the current presidential administration on the best and most-effective faith-based solutions for veteran’s care. Chad has testified in Veteran Courts regarding combat trauma and PTSD, wrote a best-selling book on the subject and has been featured on such media outlets as Fox News, Forbes, The O'Reilly Factor, The Blaze with Glenn Beck, USA Today, Christian Post, Focus on The Family, The 700 Club, and a short biography film by I Am Second.

About Kathy

Founder & Director of Women's Programs for Mighty Oaks Foundation

Kathy Robichaux
brings a powerful testimony of unconditional love and forgiveness that shines through the darkness as a ray of hope. She has a strong connection with women and wives struggling with the pain and heartache in the wake of PTSD. She speaks publicly as a wife and a mother who fought the war with the symptoms in her husband and came out the other side with a restored relationship with Chad, and an even stronger faith. It was Kathy’s love and faith all along that kept the Robichaux family together and subsequently the Mighty Oaks Foundation was born. Kathy has a unique knowledge of PTSD and what it looks like. She speaks to women with a powerful message of God’s grace, forgiveness, and moving forward. She has reached the hearts of many women through her faith, public speaking, and the Mighty Oaks Warriors Programs by effectively healing lives for the glory of God.