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Spring Retreat 2023

 

April 27 – 30, 2023, Ridgecrest Conference Center
Register TODAY to secure your spot at the 2023 Retreat.

He Makes All Things New

After the trauma of abuse, we may find ourselves feeling shattered and longing for love more than ever before.

Registration is NOW open for our 2023 He Makes All Things New Women’s Retreat: April 27-30 in Black Mountain, North Carolina, at the Ridgecrest Conference Center.

Our 2023 Women’s Retreat, themed He Restores My Soul, will be unique and unlike previous retreats. Healing happens in community, and we want to provide you with a protected oasis at our retreat to be seen, understood, and experience belonging and restoration.

He Restores My Soul retreat will be an experiential offering of whole-body activities and encountering Jesus, along with an opportunity to be in a small group. 

Wholeness and restoration is a multifaceted process — including the mind, body, and spirit. Not one of these facets can be neglected in order to find healing, fulfillment, and assurance in His love. At this experiential retreat, we will offer activities and teaching to encourage fellowship with Jesus and healing in every area of our lives. 

Each attendee will have the option to join a small group, with a leader and other survivors, in order to experience restoration and healing in community.

Activities include: 

  1. Unstructured Worship Times

  2. Art Therapy

  3. Restorative Movement Classes

  4. Guided Healing Hikes

  5. And More

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Support Called to Peace Ministries

Called to Peace Ministries serves to be a beacon of hope through Christ to women and their families trapped in the dangerous dynamics of abuse by offering help through our Emergency Fund. 

The Emergency Fund exists as a source of last resort, to be used only after the client requesting assistance has explored all other possibilities of help from family, friends, savings, or investments. The Fund is intended to be a temporary help to help provide financial assistance to survivors during a time of crisis. 

Please consider how you can help us to raise $30,000 during the He Makes All Things New Retreat for women in crisis. 

Through the Emergency Fund, we provide help with:

  • $50 donation = Gift Cards for Gas or Groceries
  • $100 donation = A Hotel Stay to Flee From an Abuser 
  • $250 donation = Past Due Bill Support
  • $500 donation = Supplemental Help With Rent or a Mortgage Payment 
  • $750 donation = Help with an Apartment Deposit

If you have been encouraged or supported by the work at Called to Peace Ministries, please consider how God may use you to be a lifeline of hope for another woman experiencing domestic abuse by giving to our Emergency Fund. 

“The Emergency Fund support I received from Called to Peace Ministries allowed me to get a place of my own- to have a safe place to dwell and to have a new beginning.”

– Molly

“By this we know love, that He laid down His life for us and we ought to lay down our lives for the brothers. If anyone has the world’s goods and sees his brother in need and has no pity on him, how can the love of God be in him? Dear children, let us not love with words or speech but with actions and in truth.” (1 John 3:16-18)

What is Called to Peace?

Called to Peace Ministries (CTPM) is a nondenominational, nonprofit, 501 (c)(3) ministry dedicated to offering hope and healing to victims of domestic violence, emotionally destructive relationships, and sexual assault. Our twofold mission is: 1) to provide practical assistance and counsel to individuals affected by domestic abuse and  2) to educate organizations and helpers to better respond to these crises through education and mentoring. 

Disclaimer: CTPM provides education and resources to survivors of domestic abuse and educates people who desire to help them. In no way do we seek to be a substitute for the local church. Rather, our goal is to come alongside churches as they seek to support victims of abuse. We call on experts as we deem necessary from diverse professional disciplines and theological backgrounds to share expertise and solutions for survivors. Those invited to speak on issues of faith at our events agree with our statement of faith affirming historically essential doctrines of the Christian faith as set out in the Apostles Creed. We allow for freedom of conscience in the nonessential doctrines such as divorce, remarriage, and male headship.

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