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Saturday Snapshot — The Ladies Take Over the Mountain

For the last 15 years, an amazing group of ladies from a church in South Carolina have been holding their women’s retreat at The Cove.  Each year is fun, with a creative theme, workshops, skits, exercise, prayer, and fellowship. It’s always a joy to see these ladies come together here, experiencing the love of God, away from the daily distractions of life.

Here’s a sneak peak into their 3-day women’s retreat…

The leadership team came a day ahead, to pray and prepare for the ladies. #prayerwarriors

praying in chapel before event for blogThese group leaders don’t miss a detail!  Each woman had her own door decoration.

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….and goody bags packed with special surprises.  bed with goodie bag in inn room

The theme for the weekend was, “True Reflections: A Makeover to Remember.” A weekend at The Cove is always memorable!

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Here’s a fun photo booth moment captured by one of the ladies who attended. #faithlift

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These lovely ladies embodied the meaning of Proverbs 31:25 — She laughs at the time to come.

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The fruits of the Spirit were beautifully displayed on stage and in the lives of these sweet women.

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Have a blessed weekend, friends!


Interested in holding your own church retreat, conference or ministry event at The Cove?  Click here for information.

Click here for a schedule of seminar, concerts and retreats at The Cove in beautiful Asheville, NC.

Visit the Chatlos Memorial Chapel, Visitors Center, and Ruth’s Prayer Garden.  Click here for directions and operating hours. Tours are free.

 

Join Stormie Omartian at The Cove for a Two Day Women’s Retreat

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Ladies, join us for a special two-day retreat here in Asheville at The Cove with Bible teacher and award-winning author, Stormie Omartian.

Stormie will break down these three simple choices that you can make to alter the course of your life:

  1. Receive His love for us.
  2. Express our wholehearted love for Him.
  3. Love others.

When you make these simple choices each day, you will see how God can transform your life and the lives of those around you forever.

Grab a friend, neighbor, sister, daughter, or maybe even your whole Sunday school class and join us July 31-August 1, 2015 for this special opportunity to step away from the daily distractions of life and dig into God’s word with other women who have hearts to love God more and make an impact in their circle of influence.

As an additional blessing, singer, songwriter, and author Gwen Smith will be leading worship during the retreat.

Click here to register or call 1-800-950-2092.

If you’d like to extend your stay a bit and enjoy some rest and refreshment before the seminar begins, request the Come Early option.

Ladies…Join Us for a Women’s Day Away with Lisa Harper!

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Women’s Day Away with Lisa Harper
Thursday, November 13, 2015.
The Nearness of King Jesus: Our Radically Accessible Savior

$49 per person (includes program and lunch)

Jesus chose to put down His royal scepter and pick up a wet towel to wash human feet. He chose to endure indignity, pain, and temptation so as to be with us, His beloved. Come study the affectionate embrace of your Redeemer and enjoy a more intimate relationship with Christ. Allow Him to infuse you with more compassion for the lost and lonely people around you.

Turn your visit to The Cove into a mini-retreat! You can extend your stay by taking advantage of the “Come Early” & “Stay Over” opportunities during this event. To register, call 1-800-950-2092. Click here to learn more about this Women’s Event at The Cove.

About Lisa Harper

Lisa Harper is a popular author, Bible teacher, and creator of the popular Renewing the Heart conferences. She is a featured speaker on the Women of Faith tour and a key contributor to the Becoming Devotional Bible for Women.

Visit our website by clicking here.

Reflecting the Heart of Jesus: A Conversation With Elizabeth George

On September 8, women will converge on the Cove’s campus to learn what it really means to reflect the heart of Jesus. Popular speaker and author Elizabeth George will talk about how women can do this through developing trust in God and knowing His Word. In the article below, she gives a preview of what it looks like in a daily life.

Do you have a hard time trusting God? Is it hard for you to stop in the midst of a busy day and pray? Almost everyone would answer “yes” to this question.

For women, this is particularly true.

“I think we’re hyper-responsible. We carry a heavy load of responsibility, whether we’re married or single, with our jobs, with our families, our in-laws, caring for failing parents, and extended family,” Elizabeth explained.

“We carry so much responsibility and want to do so well at it that we take it all on ourselves. We actually start to trust in our abilities to manage it and have a good schedule that works.  We feel worthy if all our ducks are in a row.  The problem with this is that we forget to pray. We forget to involve God.”

To help combat the problems of prayerlessness and worry, she will be leading a women’s seminar, “Reflecting the Heart of Jesus.” After all, to have a life of constant prayer and unwavering trust in God are two of the most profound qualities of Christ we can reflect.

“Jesus trusted His Father with everything and prepared for each day through prayer.  So, that’s the best way we can emulate Him. We can give Him our worries for the day, and worries about the people in our lives.  We can pray over the day, pray over our problems, and pray for God’s provision,” she said. “I want to talk to the ladies about getting into a habit of doing these things, because this will only grow a deeper connection with God and a greater trust and love for Him.”

Elizabeth George wants the message to the women during the weekend to resonate with them for the days, weeks, and even years to come. She explained that in order for them to continue praying and trusting, they must know and love God’s Word.

“I want them to know the importance of growing each day in God’s Word. His Word is new every morning. We may have read the Bible every year of our lives, but every day He has a new message for us; we can see things we didn’t see before.

“I also want them to go home knowing that every breath God allows us to inhale should be exhaled in prayer,” she continued.  “We need to be in constant communication, constant communion, thought by thought, step by step, sorrow by sorrow. The connection is always there through prayer. Ultimately trusting the Lord is a good thing. He’s working for our Good. And that is my bottom line.”

There is still time to join us! Register for the seminar here.
Worship leader, songwriter, artist, pianist, wife and mom, Shannon Wexelberg will be leading worship during this women’s retreat!