I am trying to process what I learned while I was here. While there were workshops on writing, social media, breaking through fear while pursuing your God-sized dream and talks on how to find your God-sized dream…even with all of that going on, this was WORSHIP people.
SERIOUSLY worshipful. It was one of the most moving and worshipful retreats I have ever attended.
I got to spend time with friends I had met before like Denise and Michelle. I also got to meet some new ones.
The keynotes by Holley, Jennifer and Lisa-Jo were incredible.
I cannot begin to share all that I learned about life and myself. I just know that God has a plan for me. I am still trying to discern what my God-sized dream is, but I know there is one. I have a small inkling of what it might be and I am trying to jump in rather than tip-toe ever so carefully.
I am trying to face my fear head on.
This retreat was Deidra’s God-sized dream. I pray that she does it again next year. I’ll be one of the first to sign up.
And by the way, I had a day pass. I stayed at a hotel off site…and I think I would probably do that again.
The picture at the top of the page…that is the Holy Family Shrine. I visited it on Saturday afternoon during free time. I’ll share more pictures another time. I cannot believe how peaceful and serene it is.
This weekend was more than I imagined it could or would be. It was all I hoped for and much, much more.
I’ll be sharing more in the coming weeks.
Have you been on a retreat? What was the best thing about it?
I will sing up right after you do, let us challenge each other to go and have fellowship with others.
Yes! Fellowship with others is good!
Oh, iI am properly jealous of you all having such a great time in Nebraska!! Well, South Africa is just a teeny bit to far away!
Glad you enjoyed it so much and that shrine is beautiful?
Yes, Mia…South Africa is a bit far, but you would certainly be welcome!!
I've been watching all the retreat updates on Facebook and in blog world and wondered what you had to say. Guess I'll have to come back later. I regret not going. Looking forward to hearing your thoughts.
Nancy, it was an amazing experience. Truly amazing. I would go again in a heart beat!