For what and for whom is your life dedicated? Have you ever stated an ideal toward your life’s direction and set this as your North Star? Finding one’s purpose and personal mission is a healing and empowering creative exercise, carrying with it the potential to transform and focus your life’s energies toward more transcendent and effective goals. This retreat day will explore the potential residing within each of us to discern and distill our soul’s unique, God-given purpose, to articulate this and mindfully utilize this day-by-day as a personal GPS. We will listen to the wisdom of those who have contemplated and advocated the intentional search for one’s ideal, and begin creating our own mission statement for the continued journey in this new year. Guided by Amy Kulesa.
Amy Kulesa serves as the Director of Associates for the Sisters of Bon Secours, USA. She earned an M.Div. from Princeton Theological Seminary and an M.S.W. in clinical social work practice from Rutgers University. She is a graduate of the Epiphany Certification Program from the Epiphany Academy of Formative Spirituality in Pittsburgh, PA, and is a Secular Franciscan. She enjoys facilitating retreats in which participants have the opportunity to discern the narrative of their own lives within the larger story of God’s abundant healing, grace and mercy.