Spiritual Workshop Intensives
At The Well: Intimacy With God
A formational workshop intended to expand your spiritual walk with God by exploring the honest conversation in John 4. Address past, present and future spiritual assumptions or expectations which may hinder growth and snuff out hope. Over the course of two days, we'll lean into compassion while renewing intimacy with God. Traveling locations.
Peace of Mind
If you have been diagnosed with cancer or any life -changing diagnosis, this is a place to speak that which
is rarely spoken. This intensive fosters a helpful, therapeutic way to process and find a unique path to His peace. A one-day spiritual workshop, addressing cancer as a trauma, not just a disease.
Write Your Living Legacy
Over the course of three days, you'lll be led, using guided imagery and sensory tools, to create a written
legacy for generations to come. The sessions will help you gather significant stories of the Lord’s faithfulness that highlight His redemptive love.
Can you imagine a greater gift to leave your family?
Using a rhythm of spiritual disciplines, step by step instructions, and healthy life coaching questions, you’ll be ushered to a humbled rest where God is glorified, and your soul is satisfied. If you’re longing for more, struggling to let go, desiring to trust, seeking contentment, or simply yearning for solitude, Soul Rest provides empowering hope and a breath of renewed spiritual intimacy.
What do participants say?
“Using her book as the guide, each woman explored God’s presence and path through the ups and downs of her own life. Many said that this time of silent reflection followed by small group interaction was transformational and the best women’s retreat they had attended." - S.N.
“Best, most impactful retreat so far…super impactful” - J.T., Women's Ministry Director
"Although Lisa had never met any of the women in our church, her gentle spirit and compassion immediately put everyone at ease. Her talk Living Simply, TODAY was practical and, like her title, simple, making it easy for each woman to remember and apply at least one of her suggestions."