Rich Relationships Refuge :
Oneness Code Workbook
The essence of the Rich Relationships project is to provide support and a safe community for couples and families in need of marriage guidance. Empowering couples to build, repair, and restore their relationships by applying biblical principles is the mission of the Rich Relationship Project.
Gil & Renée will share their relationship skills, tools, and secrets to their Code Oneness. Their Podcast & books and the Rich Relationship Refuge Getaways will equip couples who join our community and getaways and sessions with the relationship skills many of us may have lacked at the beginning of our marital journey.
Join us as we break the silence of past and present pain and dysfunction. Remember, we are stronger together. Let’s grow!
About the Authors
Why a workbook? Thirty-two years ago, when Gil & Renée said I do. A co-worker told young Gil, “If you want to have a good marriage, all you need to do is work on his marriage.” Gil stood waiting to gain his inspiration and instruction, but he gave nothing! No words of wisdom or insight.
Gil & Renée then began their marital journey at twenty-one, understanding marriage was work. They did not know what that work was.
Now the couple understands there is no such thing as marriage problems. There are only individual problems that individuals bring into their marriage. It’s time for marriage to stop getting a bad rap.
Individuals have to unpack their past pain before beginning a new life with another person. If you suck at being single, you will suck at being married.
After more than three decades of marriage, Gil & Renèe’s new book RICH RELATIONSHIPS REFUGE ONENESS CODE WORKBOOK will not only ask the uncomfortable questions need to build repair and restore healthy, rich relationships.
Gil & Renèe will provide a support system and a community of others on the path to Oneness in relationships. Finally, we have a clear path toward understanding the work of healthy relationships. Please pick up the workbook and get to work; it’s not a job. It’s work.