Unleashing the Spirit

Please excuse that I have not been posting much lately.  Besides major volunteering with the PTO and finally getting into our new yard to make it our own, I’ve been working hard on getting ready for Clearwater Chrysalis this August!

I have been blessed with the amazing opportunity to be the main speaker at this amazing women’s retreat, and my mind and thoughts are focused on getting ready.

First, Clearwater Forest is amazing – a beautiful northern-Minnesota camp set on a lake in the woods near Brainerd.  Second, the women are amazing – from many walks of life and locations. chrysalis 1

In addition to break-out sessions, plenty of outdoor activities, great meals, worship, conversations and even time on your own – we will be working together to learn about the Holy Spirit!  Truly, there can not be a better place to be with the Spirit than in the woods with amazing women.

Trust me, you will want to be there.

While I am still finalizing the details of my presentations, we will:

1) Learn about the Spirit from theology and Scripture.

2) Learn how we are blocking the Spirit from working in our lives and others, and learn how to get out of the Spirit’s way.

3) Learn how to identify the Spirit’s work in our lives and how to collaborate with the Spirit.

4) Make a personalized plan on how to unleash the Spirit in our own lives.

Then, if you want to add another few hours with me, I’m leading a break-out session on Writing Spiritually.  Not only will you be able to learn the science behind writing with the intent to improve your life, but also customized techniques for you to use.  Plus, we will get a chance to write, using my Genesis Writing prompt.

Hope you can make it!

Click here to find out more and to register.  (Registration is through the tab on the left of the screen.)

Open for women 18 and older, scholarships are available.  Not sure about carpooling, but I believe that may be possible.

About SFriant

I live to walk with others on their journeys - because everyone needs to know that they are loved, that they matter, and that they are doing amazing things. I'm a lot like our two kids: obsessed with learning, and constantly creating.
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