Retreats & Renewal Events
Life has a way of overwhelming a marriage.
Jobs, kids, activities, errands. Before you know it, checking your e-mail is
more important than carving out a date night. FamilyLife’s Weekend to
Remember marriage conference is a chance to make a change. It’s a time to
rediscover each other and find more intimacy in your life together.
Each conference is a warm, engaging gathering
that's all about making progress, not placing blame. Our
insightful speakers will help you work through your differences,
improve communication, and even rekindle your romance. For
more than 30 years, we've helped people reach a turning point in
their marriages. Over a million couples who wanted to take
their marriages from just fine to fantastic have come to us to help
make it happen. For more information about the conference,
Way of Christ:
For Spiritual Renewal
and Developing Christian Leaders
The Way of Christ is a three day retreat that
takes a New Testament look at Christianity as a lifestyle. The highly
structured weekend is designed to strengthen and renew the faith of
Christian people, and through them, their families, churches, and the
environment in which they live and work. The retreat is a united
effort of laity and clergy to aid congregations in developing Christian
leaders who will feel so renewed and empowered that the church will likewise
be renewed. A retreat is held every spring and fall usually in
March and October. The weekend begins on a Thursday evening and ends
on a Sunday night. There are separate weekends for men and women.
During the weekend you will attend morning chapel services and celebrate
communion, pray, sing, enjoy fellowship, eat delicious food, make new
friends and discuss talks given by laity and clergy. The talks center
on the grace of God, the reality of grace in your life, how to live the life
of grace and how to impart grace to others.
weekends in 2017 are October 19-22 for men and
October 26-29 for women.
For more information contact
Pastor Eric Alwine.
For Spiritual Renewal and Developing Christian Leaders
Faith Quest is a Christian retreat for youth 16-20 years of age who desire to explore and deepen their relationship with God. A Faith Quest begins on Friday and ends on Sunday night. During the weekend you will attend morning chapel services and celebrate communion, pray, sing, enjoy fun time with others, eat delicious food, make new friendships, and discuss talks given by other teens and adults. The talks center on the grace of God, the reality of grace in your life, how to live the life of grace, and how to impart grace to others. Each participant will experience the weekend a little differently, but all come into a closer relationship with Jesus Christ. You will end the weekend feeling loved and blessed.
The next Faith Quest weekend is November 3-5, 2017. For more information, contact Pastor Eric Alwine.
Fairhaven Ministries is a Christian Retreat Center with
locations in Canada and Tennessee. The beautiful facilities and
serenity of the natural surroundings, combined with the absence of
telephones, televisions, or schedules makes Fairhaven the ideal place for a
get-away. Individuals, couples, and families can all enjoy a personal
retreat at Fairhaven. Fairhaven's 100-acre Tennessee valley is
surrounded by National Forests and is within easy driving distance of
activities to suit everyone's taste. Hiking the Appalachian Trail,
antique shopping, whitewater rafting, horseback riding, swimming, and
boating are just a few of the activities that you may enjoy.
Fairhaven Ministries is available to all Christian workers and volunteers as a place of spiritual retreat and rejuvenation. Christian families may also reserve cabins, at an affordable price, for vacations as an alternative to secular cultural alternatives. For more information, visit Fairhavenministries.net.
The Every Man's Battle Workshop is the place where men
engage in the battle to get back their sexual integrity. In this
intensive three-day workshop you'll work with licensed Christian counselors
who will arm you with the weapons you need for victory. The enemy may
have wounded you, but the battle is not over.
Registration is strictly confidential. Contact an elder for more information or register confidentially online at www.everymansbattle.com.