Strong, resourceful women with unique talents and gifts populate our world. You may know one…or you may be one. Being strong doesn’t mean you are perfect, however, or free from doubts, fears, and moments of weakness. The challenges of the past two years are real. Many of us have felt overwhelmed at times, and unsure of what the future holds. We are looking for strategies to be stronger and ready for whatever lies ahead. 1 Chronicles 16:11 tells us to “Seek the Lord and His strength; seek His presence continually.” It provides clear instructions, yet how do we actually do it? Despite having a God who is steadfast in His promise to be with us in all things; a reliable source of strength in our time of need, we still can feel disconnected, afraid, and uncertain at times.
• How can we do better at leaning on His strength when life challenges occur?
• What practices anchor us to our faith?
• What do we do when we slip and struggle to hold onto our beliefs?
At this day retreat you will learn how to renew your strength through the foundational principles from Carol deLaski’s book, Lost and Found: Discovering Strength in Love and Faith. Join Carol to explore:
• Three foundational beliefs to deepen your faith
• Embodied spiritual awareness
• Strategies to balance your strengths and your weaknesses
This is an opportunity to deepen your trust and belief in the promise of Philippians 4:13: “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.” The day will include lunch.
Carol deLaski is an author, speaker, and executive coach. In her book, Lost and Found: Discovering Strength in Love and Faith, Carol uses storytelling and coaching questions to invite readers to reflect on their own inner strength and resilience. She is the Founder of Wholistic Women Retreats + Academy, a coach-led organization that hosts original retreats which offer enriching, supportive, and joyful opportunities for women to grow personally and professionally. Visit her websites: delaskicoaching.com, wholisticwomanretreats.com, or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on her background and services.