When we are emotionally struggling, it’s easy to forget the strengths we have and resources surrounding us. For those with a strong spiritual connection. A perspective of being connected to a higher power and not being alone can be a strength. A religious framework can help us see things from the prescriptive, trials we face are a part of a bigger picture and purpose. Having a community of individuals and friends encouraging and supporting us can be a resource, regardless of what organized religion or spiritual perceptive you hold.
I am looking forward to being a part of an outdoor women’s conference in May. The Turn Retreat will be a day of learning, sharing and healing. Set in the beautiful scenery of Mantua Utah. And of course, you won’t want to miss the delicious food and the fun activities to make new friends. Registration is now open at www.turnretreat.com
The breakout sessions will cover topics such as:
- Healing from spouse addiction
- Maternal Mental Health
- Spiritual Gifts
- Healing Through Music
- Turning to the Lord in Parenting
I had the opportunity this past week to reconnect with a dear friend, and she gave me the chance to think long and hard about how what I do professionally is interconnected with my life experiences. It was a privilege to spend the evening with the women of her congregation. Focusing on turning to Christ.