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Imagine a place where hurting people can experience genuine recovery. Mount Horeb House is that place!
Dan & Ann Geroy
These retreats for women are designed to deepen your relationship with the Lord by teaching you how to trust Him more fully, how to build safe and supportive relationships with other women, and how to recognize ways the Lord can (and will) use you as a vessel for pouring His grace into the lives of others. The three day retreats include power point designed teach pieces, many hands-on activities, time for reflection and meditation, interactive discussion times, and games aimed at building relationships. Because of Ann’s background in education, she is especially skillful in designing materials which touch the hearts of women who learn in a variety of ways. Her retreats are lively and upbeat while reflecting a depth of love and relationship with Jesus Christ. If you are interested in scheduling one of these retreats for a group of Christian women, please contact us.
"Two girls can build a relationship by working together!"
“Come Dance With Me” is based primarily on the book, Do You Think I’m Beautiful?, by Angela Thomas. The focus of the retreat is learning to truly TRUST the Lord. As women begin to understand that God, alone, can fill their deepest needs and desires, the whole focus of their lives begins to change. Seeing ourselves as the Lord’s “Beloved” is a concept that is there, in the word, but rarely understood or embraced. As the Lord heals our wounded hearts He calls to us, “Come Dance With Me!”
Looking for God in
the creative process
“Two Girls Can” is designed to emphasize the importance of our relationships with other women. If you have a friend you depend on for advice, support and encouragement, you know what a difference she makes in your life. This retreat will include components on developing body, mind and spirit in the company of a friend! For more information, please contact us.
The grace of the Lord Jesus Christ be with your spirit.
I Peter 2:24
...and He Himself bore our sins in His body on the cross, so that we might die to sin and live to righteousness; for by His wounds you were healed.
I Peter 2:9
But you are a chosen people, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, God’s special possession, that you may declare the praises of him who called you out of darkness into his wonderful light.
The deepest convictions of our hearts are formed by stories and reside there in the images and emotions of story. The story of humankind was marred by Adam and Eve's choice to doubt God's Word. The Father saw that His children could not see His heart, the Son realized that we could not receive the Father's love, and the Spirit saw the joy of fellowship with the Father vanish from our lives. The Trinity devised a plan for reconciliation to bring us back into communion with the Father, so that we can know His lavish heart and live life in the freedom of His embrace.
We have a choice. Should we keep our hearts open to the wooing of a love affair with the Trinity, or concentrate on protecting ourselves from the pain and hurts of life? Should we live with hopeful abandon, trusting in a larger story whose ending is good, or should we live in our small stories and glean what we can from glimpses of God's Truth?
This conference examines the deep questions about how God's story and our stories intersect and how we can experience The Joy of the Lord.
Women Hanging Their Story Ropes
God was always there, in the midst of my story.