REFRESH


Starting a new church will stretch and test any marriage, like never before. Much of what a church-planting couple will face in their marriage as part of the church planting experience can be prevented through knowledge, preparation, and taking practical preventative action.


REFRESH MARRIAGE RETREAT gathers all of Geneva's church planting couples together and is gifted to them to enjoy quality time together to enrich their marriage, to learn from experienced speakers, and to strengthen relationships with other planters who are also facing the joys and trials of planting. If you are Geneva recommended church planting couple - we will send an invite to you closer to the date:

2017 National Refresh Conference: 17-18 October.

If you would like to help gift a place of one of church planting couples to REFRESH, please give online today.

For more information about the Refresh Marriage Retreat please email: events@genevapush.com 

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