God Can Transform
Sometimes we find ourselves in a place where we feel like the world is overwhelming us. We find ourselves caught up in the bustle of work, school, appointments, chores, and all of our other daily tasks and responsibilities. Before we know it, we’ve let something precious slip right through our fingers. We wonder if there is any hope of getting our marriage back.
There is hope.
The Hideaway is a beautiful sanctuary hidden away from the bustle of day-to-day life. It is a place where anxiety turns to tranquility and time stands still. It is a place of adventure and encounter, a place of restoration and transformation.
It is the place to discover the marriage you were always meant to have.
Our ministry was built upon the scripture Psalms 27:5, “For He will hide me in His shelter in the day of trouble; He will conceal me under the cover of His tent; He will lift me high upon a rock.”
Is your marriage in a place of trouble? Information and marriage tips may not be enough. We believe that information alone doesn’t change people.
An experience changes people.
This experience will change your marriage.
Only God can bring about everlasting heart change. But the great news is that He wants us to participate alongside Him. Our role is very intentional, to co-labor with God while He does the heart work, and The Hideaway provides the four core foundational pillars to create the experience.
The four pillars of this experience
Sequestering Away • Hospitality • Intercession • Truth
This experience gave me hope that honesty and trust can be restored. That we can be whole individuals and have peace in our home and marriage. We have found our safe place.
I came here skeptical and nervous about the experience, but I prayed the Lord would reveal to me a truth. I came here feeling alone and am leaving as a team/partner with God and my spouse. The old marriage is dead and a new one was born. The saying the Lord kept telling me was be still and know.
My husband and I walked in broken from an affair. I was expecting to work on that one sin and instead we worked on the pain cycle that we were going through every time we fought. This experience not only taught us how to grow through this affair, but also how to handle daily life together. This has been the biggest blessing in our marriage.