COURAGE TO CARRY ON
In Hard Times
This is one of six events we offer called "Faithcrafting Retreats", to help "craft" a deeper walk of faith in Christ.
"That Christ may dwell in your hearts through faith...and be rooted and established in love...Ephesians 3:16-18
Join us for our 2nd Annual Retreat
March 27-29, 2020
These are tough times. If you are facing loss of hope, health, or a loved one, this retreat is for you. Are you feeling alone and isolated in your struggle, and just wish your feelings could be validated? This retreat is for you.
At the Courage to Carry On retreat, you will gain the tools to find and keep courage and confidence to carry on through any challenge from a Christian perspective. Our speaker Lori Stanley Roeleveld will reveal how you can access Christ-centered truth to help you in desolate places.
Lori Stanley Roeleveld
Lori Stanley Roeleveld will again be our speaker for the March 27-29, 2020 retreat. She will bring us fresh insights into the tools we need to cope with our tough times and deep sorrows.
Lori has authored three non-fiction books including “Running from a Crazy Man”, Jesus and the Beanstalk”, and “The Art of Hard Conversations”. Though she has degrees in Psychology and Biblical Studies, she learned the most from studying her Bible in life’s trenches.
Here is a summary of the March 2020 retreat sessions.
Following each session, we will offer a short optional interaction time to process the talks:
Session 1: Courage in the Face of Trials
Followed by: A guided time of sharing called, “We Are Here”
Session 2: Confidence that God is Present in Hard Times
Followed by: A guided exercise, “Where We’ve Been"
Session 3: Courage to Speak Our Truth
Followed by: A guided time of story-sharing, “What We Have to Say”
Session 4: Confidence to Move Forward
Followed by: A guided time of group discussion, “Where We’re Going”
Joining our ministry team in 2020 is Jessica Minieri. Jessica has over twenty years of counseling experience and has a passion for learning from other women about their faith journeys, and encouraging them to draw closer in their relationship to God."