Amazingly, we are individually created to represent a unique part of the Image of God. However, life can give us a different lens on ourselves and others. It’s not always the prettiest lens and sometimes leads to competition rather than encouragement and confidence. Join us to learn more about who God created us to be, release the lies and doubts we hold, and allow God to re(purpose) us into women of courage, boldness, and encouragement.
Join us for a weekend in the mountains to reflect, meet new friends, connect with old friends, worship, and learn. This year's speaker is Sarah Odell, Director of Family Ministries at Bethany West Seattle. She'll be sharing with us a message of hope, encouragement, and a redefinition of beauty in our Creator's eyes. The theme is (re)purposed, and we look forward to spending time with you establishing a re-envisioned identity in Christ this weekend.
The first session starts at 8pm Friday, April 28, and the last session concludes at 12pm Sunday, April 30.
So, bring your friends, your sisters, your moms, and sign up today! Spots are limited, and this retreat sells out, so don't delay.
Our Speaker: Sarah Odell
Sarah Odell is a part-time work-from-home mother of two, speaker, and writer living and working in Seattle, Washington. Before moving to Seattle, the Odell family lived in Nairobi, Kenya, where Sarah was raised prior to moving to LA for University. Sarah writes at allsarahdoes.blogspot.com, on Medium, and other various sites. She is currently on staff as the Director of Family Ministries at Bethany West Seattle and occasionally preaches, too. She spends her free time sipping a cup of tea and watching her chickens through the kitchen window.