Robert & Kay Camenisch encouraging and equipping relationships


R & K Coffman

We’ve experienced disciplined habitual Christianity and we’ve experienced vital fellowship with the living God. Daily fellowship with the Lord is better.

We’ve also lived in peace and harmony with one another, and have likewise experienced some years of conflict and strife. We like peace and harmony better.

We agree with Beatrice Kaufman, who said, “I’ve been rich and I’ve been poor; rich is better.” However, we’ve found that wealth doesn’t define our well being nearly so much as a life filled with love, peace, and joy.

In fact, we believe that life is so much better when love, joy, and peace reign that we search for secrets for building healthy relationships, and we welcome opportunities to share those with others.

In the 1980s our solid and relatively healthy marriage moved into a war zone. We were committed to the marriage but could not resolve the strife and turmoil that threatened for several years to destroy us and our marriage.

We finally identified the source of our evil-for-evil interactions and returned to a peaceful and harmonious relationship. We now know from experience that peace and harmony is not just better, but best. We work to maintain it in our lives, and we’re passionate about helping others experience life-giving relationships.

Our source for answers is the Bible. We’ve discovered that our Creator has the best manual on how we are to live together. Furthermore, He will walk with us to guide the way and empower the changes that we need to make.

In fact, the quickest way to supercharge your relationship with your spouse–or any relationship–is to supercharge your relationship with your Creator. Your relationship with God is the foundation upon which other relationships are built.

Thank you for visiting our site. We hope you’ll take time to look around. We have books on anger resolution, the destruction caused by judgment (the source of our on-going conflict), and our covenant relationship with God (including the ancient ritual of cutting a blood covenant). More resources will be added soon.

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Specific areas of interest include:

Uprooting Anger

Anger is rampant, in spite of attempts at control.
What is a Christian to do?

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The Blood Covenant

The ancient ritual that defines who we are in God
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