Focus on God through fellowship, Biblical meditation, reflection, and solitude
Intentional time set apart from one’s normal life to focus on God is a common biblical principal.
Each retreat is built around a topic specific for that retreat offering spiritual reflection and Biblical meditation.
To be removed from distractions, for a short time, in order to focus on God through fellowship, Biblical meditation, reflection, and solitude.
$70 per person (discounted rates for couples) – $30 for food and $40 for lodging. If finances are an issue, scholarships are available. A $25 non-refundable deposit is required.
What is provided?
Lodging (towels and linens included) and meals
What to bring?
Bible and a journal, personal items (toiletries, etc.)
Group discussion, Biblical meditation and solitude, and reflection with the option for rock climbing, hiking, fishing, and other outdoor activities (weather permitting).
Each retreat is built around a topic specifically for that retreat.
Why is this important?
Intentional time set apart from one’s normal life to focus on God is a common biblical principal. It was done by Moses, David, Elijah, John the Baptist, Jesus, Paul, and so many others. By doing so, we believe the peace, contentment, and sense of purpose that the Bible promises can become more of a reality in one’s life.
Commit your way to the Lord; trust in him, and He will act; He will make your vindication shine like the light, and the justice of your cause like the noonday. Be still before the Lord, and wait patiently for him;
Testimonials & Instructors
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Not only does silence give us a chance to understand ourselves better, to get a truer and more balanced perspective on our own lives in relation to the lives of others: silence makes us whole if we let it. Silence helps draw together the scattered and dissipated energies of a fragmented existence. It helps us to concentrated on a purpose that really corresponds not only to the deeper needs of our own being but also to God’s intentions for us.