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Relationship IQ

Healthy and Godly Relationships

Relationship IQ provides a powerful method for talking about relationships with young adults. When we say "relationships," we mean ALL relationships — connections with friends, family, romantic partners, co-workers, professors, roommates and God.


New rIQ Resources for a Changing, Digital World

Free Webinar

A 30-minute webinar and live Q&A with rIQ’s Director, Dr. Kelly Haer. Thurs, August 6th at 10am PT.

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Single-session Slide Decks for All rIQ Modules

Ready-to-go decks perfect for online or in person presentations.

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All 8 Modules Now Available Digitially

Get any and all of the 8 rIQ modules instantly via downloadable PDFs.

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New Technology Curriculum

This curriculum is ever more relevant in our currently socially distanced world.

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Get To Know rIQ

Relationship IQ is designed for academic institutions, churches and other organizations — any group needing to better help young adults navigate relationships. Relationship IQ is not therapy — it is a combination of social science research and theology that has changed the lives of tens of thousands of young adults.

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The Boone Center for the Family has gathered a collection of resources for leaders of young adults and young adults alike. The resources to the right align with the overall philosophy and approach of Relationship IQ.


rIQ Background

Started as a student outreach at Pepperdine University in the fall of 2005, Relationship IQ (rIQ) is a ministry of the Boone Center for the Family combining theology and social science research to reveal God's great love for us and provide the resources necessary to live in healthy relationships with Him and each other.

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