Women’s Day Retreat
re-treat (verb): to strategically withdraw.
Standing Firm: Cultivate Rhythms of Faith
Come explore the practice of spiritual disciplines and learn to cultivate the life Jesus intended us to live. Grab a friend and join us for a day of worship, teaching, breakouts, lunch and fun surprises!
Angela Cirocco, our Minister to Women, will challenge us with ways to stand firm in our faith during the days ahead. Take a deep dive into specific practices during our breakout sessions.
To extend your retreat, spend Friday night, March 5th, at the Hilton Park Cities! Enjoy a slow morning and walk across the street for our 10 a.m. start. Click here for a discounted rate especially for Northwest Bible women! Hurry this offer ends Wednesday, February 17th!
Hilton Dallas/Park Cities
5954 Luther Lane
Tickets are $25 (includes lunch) and childcare is available for $5 per child.
***Covid precautions, including individual meals, masks, and social distancing will be followed***
At registration, please choose TWO breakout sessions to attend:
Joye Baker—Submission and Humility
Submission admits that God is supreme, our lives are in his hands, and we trust his actions in everything. In humility, we deny ourselves, like Jesus did, and follow him.
Lacey Congdon—Celebration and Gratitude
Celebration responds to God’s goodness with festivity and joy. Gratitude recognizes all things come from God and gives thanks.
Meditation helps us focus our minds on God’s character and His Word so we can live as disciples. It helps us live freer from fear and worry.
Fellowship unites believers to mutually strengthen our faith through community and friendship.
Service is an act of love, intentionally chosen and often hidden, done for the good of another to point them toward Christ.
Fasting is a way to make space for God by surrendering something for a specific and temporary time.