We have 3 high school retreats at St. Louis Church. Though they vary in length, location, theme, and character, each retreat exists for 1 mission. Our mission is to provide young people with an engaging opportunity to experience Jesus Christ in our Church. Did you know you can go to any of these retreats at any point in your high-school career?
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How to Plan a Retreat: Coming Up with a Theme
In this short devotion, taken from the devotional series on God's characteristics - some insights are shared about God's sovereignty and mankind's free will. Teamwork Makes the Dream Work. This page provides a non-denominational, Bible-based devotion every day, including prayers, Scripture, Bible study, music, and art, designed to be usable for worship and the deepening of faith by any person who confesses Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior. Here are some suggestions for a more meaningful group experience. The most important part of your day is the time you spend reading God's Word. Regardless of where you find yourself, we desire to be a resource for you as you seek to impact the women in your life for the Kingdom.
When parents have nowhere else to turn, a Christian retreat for troubled teens could be the answer. No parent wants to admit her child needs outside help, but sometimes it's unavoidable and better to get help before the problems deepen. You can find Christian retreats and camps for at-risk youths across the country.
By Clemence Michallon For Dailymail. The Salvation Army has barred a fundamentalist Christian movement from planning a retreat for fathers looking to marry off their children. But reports of the event surfaced, causing the Salvation Army, which owns Camp Hiawatha, to refuse to let it take place.