- April 23-25
- Green Lake Conference Center - Green Lake, WI
- $165/person [$256/single room]
- Register on Realm - deadline is March 21
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Spring 2021 Retreat
While we are holding all things with an open hand before the Lord, we look forward to connecting and deepening our love for God at this 2021 Women's Spring retreat! And we get to share a new and amazing location! We'll be meeting at the beautiful Green Lake Conference Center in Green Lake, WI, surrounded by God's amazing creation, great recreational activities, buildings rich in history, and some cute little towns nearby. They have done an amazing job of putting into place protocols to ensure the safety and comfort of all of their guests during this time of COVID.
Kelli Worrall will be our speaker, sharing her experience and what the Bible says about the topic of "Calling".
We would love to have you join us! We need 50 women for retreat to occur this year. Pray about taking this time away from all of the distractions and coming to be in worship and the word with your sisters in Christ. We are excited to see what God will do during this weekend!
More about our speaker, Kelli Worrall:
Kelli is an author, speaker, and Professor of Communications at Moody Bible Institute. She has been teaching in the Communications Department of Moody Bible Institute since 1998. She teaches both writing and public speaking courses. She has also directed many of the plays and advises several of the drama teams on campus.
Kelli studied communications at Cedarville University and spent the first part of her career writing church curriculum products for children and youth at Regular Baptist Press. Kelli studied religious education at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (MRE) and creative writing at Roosevelt University (MFA).
Kelli enjoys speaking and writing. She authored the popular books "20 Things We'd Tell Our Twentysomething Selves," and "Pierced & Embraced." She enjoys speaking at women's events and retreats. She and husband, Peter, speak together at marriage, college, and young adult retreats, and Kelli blogs at www.thisoddhouse.org. They are parents of Daryl and Amelia through adoption. Kelli's hobbies include running, cooking, and decorating their Craftsman house.