Renew, refresh, restore.
As those words wash over my soul, I imagine what it would be like to trade the busyness of life for a rest-filled women’s ministry retreat.
As we stare down the face of extended social distancing, we may be tempted to tear up our ministry calendars and suspend our women’s ministry team meetings. Please don’t! Now is the time to make plans for when you can gather together again.
In this episode of Gather and Glean, we’ll tackle the topic of retreat planning.
Whether you’ve already begun to plan your next retreat or you’re debating how best to get started, you’ll want to check out these tips and ideas on retreat planning.
“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.”
While no doubt Charles Dickens wasn’t referring to women’s ministry retreats, many of us would borrow those words to describe our retreat and retreat planning experience.
A neat thing happened after our retreat this year.
Quite by accident we were able to keep some of our retreat momentum going.