ABIDE: Finding Our True Home in the Love of Jesus
Coram Deo Women's Retreat 2017

Registration is now closed. If you have any questions, please email Lee Ashland or call: 402-505-4111


Do you feel like your hands are full? Building careers, caring for family, pursuing education, and managing a host of responsibilities mean that many women live in perpetual motion. While we create a sense of home for others, it’s often hard to feel grounded and nurtured ourselves.

This year, we invite you to put your responsibilities on pause and join us for a weekend of connecting with friends and digging into Scripture. Our teaching sessions will explore John 14-15, where Jesus invites us to abide in his love, using the image of the vine and branch. We’ll spend time worshipping through music. And you’ll also have time to talk with other women, take walks, or get some quiet rest in our hotel-like accommodations.

So whether you want to deepen your discipleship, make friends, find space for contemplation, or grab a nap, we hope you’ll join us!

September 15-16, 2017 ($110/person*)
CAROL JOY HOLLING CENTER (27416 Ranch Rd., Ashland, NE 68003)



FRIDAY | September 15

4:00PM - Arrival & Check-in

5:00PM - Meet & Greet

6:00PM - Dinner***

7:00PM - {Break}

7:30PM - Welcome/Introduction

7:45PM - Personal/Small Group Reflection

8:30PM - {Break}

8:45PM - Teaching (Darby Whealy)

9:30PM - Fire Pit | Personal Time | Bedtime


SATURDAY | September 16

7:00AM - 9:00AM Prayer | Personal Time | Sleep In

7:30AM - Breakfast***

8:30AM - {Break}

9:00AM - Worship & Teaching

10:05AM - {Break}

10:30AM - Discussion Groups & Prayer

11:00AM - Break | Prayer | Personal Time | Pack Your Room

12:00PM - Lunch***

1:00PM - {Break}

1:25PM - Worship & Teaching

2:05PM - {Break}

2:25PM - Discussion Groups & Prayer

3:15PM - Worship & Send-off


* Scholarships are available in case someone cannot afford the registration fee.
Please contact Lee Ashland for more info
: 402-505-4111.

** Schedule is tentative and subject to change

*** All meals served by Carol Joy Holling Center