Retreats

Retreats

February 11-13, 2022

Restore Women’s Retreat

An Intentional Space for Walls to Fall, Hearts to Heal, and Intimacy with God and Others to be Restored

Welcome and Invitation

So many things happen to us as women over the course of a year and over the course of a lifetime. But rarely do we slow down and create intentional time and space for God to help us remember the past, restore our souls, and invite us into His good story for the present and future.

Over the course of the weekend, participants will worship, listen to personal testimonies, and hear solid Biblical teaching. There will also be time for quiet and solitude with guided questions and heartwork after each teaching session, as well as time to enjoy the beautiful setting of Camp Allen and fellowship with other women.

We want to come alongside women in their stories to help them:

Remember the past.
Restore the soul.
Rebuild the ruins.
Reshape the family.

We believe Restoration for our Generation happens one story, one soul, one person, and one family at time….beginning with you and me.

Weekend Experience

The Restore Women’s Retreat will take place at the beautiful and restful Camp Allen in Navasota, Texas. Our time will begin Friday with check-in from 4-6pm, dinner at 5:30pm, and our first session at 7pm. Our time will conclude on Sunday at 11am. All meals, including lunch on Sunday after our final session, are included in the cost of the retreat.

“The Restore retreat was a beautiful opportunity to be filled and renewed with the Holy Spirit. I felt challenged, convicted, loved and known. I experienced a rich encounter with the Lord, and it was a blessing to journey through it with the ladies I attended with.” Annette, Houston, TX

“The Restore Women’s Retreat was a spiritually transforming experience that brought healing, peace, and true freedom in Christ to my heart and soul. I’ve been walking with the Lord for over 15 years and for the first time in my life, the walls between me and God – walls I didn’t even realize existed – came crashing down, shame from my past was washed away, and I experienced the love of Jesus in a new and profound way. I was finally able to accept and receive His love for me, and I now walk in the confidence of knowing I am His beloved.” Sarah, Georgetown, TX

“I went on this retreat thinking it would be a nice way to get away, maybe meet a few new friends, and be able to take away a few bullet points to apply them here and there in my daily hustle. What I didn’t expect was to have the doors of my heart blown wide open in a room filled with dozens of genuine, loving, and accepting women and to discover the true depth and power of God’s reach. Through the passionate worship music and the powerful lessons of each speaker, my wall came crashing down and I had my come-to-Jesus moment, quite literally.” Kori, Houston, TX

Speakers and Worship Leaders

Susannah Baker is an author, speaker, and founder of Restore. She lives in Houston, Texas, with her husband, Jason, and their four beautiful daughters. After walking through her own journey of healing and restoration, she desires women in all different seasons of life to experience the restoration that only Jesus can give.

Donna Stuart is a worship leader, song-writer, author, and mom to three young children. She and her husband, Ben, spent 11 years in College Station, Texas ministering to students through Breakaway Ministries. They now reside in Washington, D.C., where Ben is the pastor of Passion City Church, and Donna loves to lead worship and disciple young women.

Tamy Elam loves God’s Word and regularly teaches, speaks, and disciples women in her local church community as well as across the world. After seeing Jesus heal and set her free in her own story, she desires other women to experience that same freedom as well. Tamy lives in South Carolina with her husband, Jason, and their six children.

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Life is too hard to walk alone. For encouragement for whatever season you are in, stay connected with us as we learn how to restore our souls through God’s word, prayer, and community together.