Rhythms: A Spiritual Direction Retreat

Rhythms: A Spiritual Direction Retreat

October 9-12, 2014

Do you…

 hunger to move forward on your spiritual journey and sense there are things holding you back?

… feel as though there must be more to following Christ than what you are currently experiencing?

… sense a longing to know God as your supreme treasure and joy?

… wish to discern the Spirit’s movement in your life through both trials and blessings?

… desire to come alongside others and journey together with them into loving community with the Trinity?

… want to learn how the love that exists between the Father, Son, and Spirit is extended to us and how we are to reflect that love to God and others?

If you are 22 or older and answered “yes” to more than one of the questions, then come to Rhythms: A Spiritual Direction Retreat, where you will learn ways to make yourself available to the Spirit so that He can move in you to make you more like Christ and work through you to care for others.

Rhythms will be held October 9-12 at Lake Williamson Christian Center in Carlinville, IL. Check-in will begin at 4:30pm on Thursday, and the retreat will end on Sunday at 2pm. Cost for the retreat is $80 and covers all meals and lodging for three nights.

 REGISTRATION

**Registrations are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. Space is limited, so register now by clicking here. Questions? Email Jennifer Keffeler.**

Here’s what some people have said about Rhythms:

 “Rhythms was the stepping stone that opened my heart to see relationships and people as Christ does. It didn’t happen overnight and is still ongoing but that weekend was a turning point in my marriage, friendships, and fellowship.”

“Rhythms was quite a spiritual surprise for me, and I was amazed at how much closer you can get to God and church family—even my marriage improved by letting go and giving God more control…”

“The way in which the weekend is designed is incredibly intentional and welcoming to any person from any walk of life who wants to encounter God on a deeper level. It challenged all of us spiritually, emotionally, and, for those of us brave enough to climb on the obstacle course, physically.”