Two people walking with God together

TWO PEOPLE WALKING WITH GOD TOGETHER...

Marriage may be the most sacred of all human relationships; two people, coming together as one. There may not be anything more powerful than two people walking with God together.  It’s kind of mind-boggling, actually. And because of the power and weight of marriage in the Kingdom, it should not come as any surprise that marriage is violently opposed … it’s a favorite target of the enemy.

MARRIAGE IS WORTH FIGHTING FOR...

We believe this is why you don't have to look very far to find a marriage that is in trouble. Assaults on marriage and challenges to marriage are everywhere. But we know there is a way for couples to make a comeback, learn how to fight back, enjoy being restored, and actually thrive in the midst of the day to day battles of life. Marriage is worth fighting for and having the right weapons and tools, training and orientation is crucial. That's why we created The Rendezvous Project, a 12 session video series recorded live during one of our recent Rendezvous Weekend marriage conferences.

YOU'RE INVITED...

Through The Rendezvous Project, we hope to empower redemptive marriages to either take a weekend away together and host your own marriage retreat, or journey together in a weekly small group, discovering your true heart, the deep and beautiful heart of your marriage, the context of the Larger Story your marriage is in and how to walk intimately with God together. Learn more about redemptive marriage here.

"Love is invincible facing danger and death.  Passion laughs at the terrors of hell.
The fire of love stops at nothing— it sweeps everything before it. Flood waters can’t drown love, torrents of rain can’t put it out."

Song of Solomon 8:6-8 (MSG)

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We created The Rendezvous Project, a 12-session video series recorded live during The Rendezvous Couples Weekend marriage conference, because we believe that marriage may be the most sacred of all human relationships; two people, coming together as one. There may not be anything more powerful than two people walking with God together. And because of the power and weight of marriage in the Kingdom, it should not come as any surprise that marriage is violently opposed … it’s a favorite target of the enemy. But we also believe that marriage is worth fighting for.

Because of the attack of the enemy, you don't have to look very far to find a marriage that is in trouble. Assaults on marriage and challenges to marriage are everywhere. But we know there is a way for couples to make a comeback, learn how to fight back, enjoy being restored, and actually thrive in the midst of the day-to-day battles of life. Marriage is worth fighting for and having the right weapons and tools, training and orientation is crucial.

There are 13 sessions in total: twelve principle sessions, and one bonus session about Redeeming Sex. The sessions average about 35 minutes in length.
If you're interested in leading your church or ministry through The Rendezvous Project, please email support@therendezvousproject.com
It’s really up to you. We originally created the project for small groups to meet on a week-to-week basis or take a weekend getaway together, but we have also found that going through all of the sessions one-on-one with your spouse is a great way to connect and reconnect with God and each other. After journeying through it together, many couples have then invited other friends to go through it with them, creating a Redemptive Community (small group) of couples. Others have chosen to experience the comradery of the small group experience from the get go. Other groups may find it convenient to go through in a larger setting, such as with their church or ministry.
Yes. Direct your small group members to therendezvousproject.com/groupaccess, where they can stream all the session videos online at any time with the access code provided in the email you will receive with the subject line: Welcome to The Rendezvous Project!
Direct your small group members to therendezvousproject.com/groupaccess, where they can stream all the session videos online at any time with the access code provided in the email you will receive with the subject line: Welcome to The Rendezvous Project!
No. Only the group leader (or whoever is coordinating the event/small group) needs to purchase the video series. All other participants only need to purchase a set of The Rendezvous Project Guide. This includes two copies of the workbook, as well as licensure to watch or stream the videos provided by the group leader.
To log in to your account, go to www.therendezvousproject.com/user/login and enter your Username and Password that you used to create your account. If necessary, you can reset your password here: www.therendezvousproject.com/user/password. If you have trouble logging in to your account, please email support@therendezvousproject.com and we will be happy to assist you.
We use Vimeo, the leading video hosting and streaming platform to host our videos embedded into TheRendezvousProject.com. If you’re having trouble streaming using Internet Explorer or Safari, try using Firefox, Chrome, or Brave. If this still doesn’t work please check out the Vimeo help page at https://vimeo.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/categories/202594617-Watching-Videos
We have tested the videos on multiple screens, sources, and connections at perfect HD with our video Host, but streaming issues and downtimes do happen. First, quit your browser and then log back in. (You must quit the browser completely, not just close down the active window.)  Second, please check your internet speed via https://www.speedtest.net/. We recommend at least 10 Mpbs download to get a good viewing experience. If you have quit and restarted your browser, and your speed test is above the threshold, please see the Vimeo Help (https://vimeo.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/categories/202594617-Watching-Videos) page for further troubleshooting.
Currently, you can log in through almost any web browser on your computer, tablet or smartphone.

Yes, you can watch The Rendezvous Project on your TV a few different ways:

1. HDMI: Use an HDMI cable to directly connect your TV to the device you are playing the videos from.  Some laptops have a built in HDMI Port, or an adaptor (lighting for iPhone, USB-C / Thunderbolt 3 for other laptops and some phones or tables with USB-C connections) to plug in the HDMI.  Please see your device manufacturer for adaptor recommendations.

2. Google Chromecast: You can stream from your windows computer or android phone directly to this device which hooks into the back of your TV.  Look up Chromecast help for specifics.

3. Apple TV: If you have an Apple TV, you can share your screen from an iPhone, iPad, or Mac Laptop.  See Apple TV’s support page on how to do this.

4. Fire TV: Windows 8 and 10 can connect to a Fire TV natively.  See the user guide for your Fire TV for instructions.

We use Vimeo, the leading video hosting and streaming platform to host our videos embedded into TheRendezvousProject.com. Because Vimeo hosts a variety of different content from numerous creators, some filters will block out all Vimeo content, even if it is not explicit/mature. (For example, Netgear Orbi has this feature built into the device itself with Disney Circle Family Filter.) First, we recommend you check your browser or device for any “family filters” that block mature or adult content. If any such filters are active, you will have to temporarily turn them off. The Rendezvous Project does not feature any explicit content; however, we suggest viewer discretion with the “Redeeming Sex” session, because of the sensitive and vulnerable nature of the topic.
Do you have a question that's not listed here? Please send an email to support@therendezvousproject.com