Sisters, let us abide together, as our guest speaker, Debbie Hamilton, takes us into the Word and we behold Jesus and His Good News.
Friday, September 28 at 5pm through Saturday September 29 at 8pm.
Solid Rock Bible Camp
36251 Solid Rock Road, Soldotna
payable on-line or at church.
Registration includes meals Saturday (Friday night is a potluck), and an overnight at Solid Rock.
For childcare (and any other) inquiries, please talk to Cherie Taylor: 907.252.8950.
What should I bring?
A Bible, a favorite pen or two, a dish to share for Friday's potluck, clothes and toiletries, a project or hobby to work on during personal time. We'll provide a folder/book with room for journalling (or you can bring your own!).
A lot of the retreat will be indoors, but there's a unique meeting with our Creator God when we rest in nature, so bring suitable clothes for time outside as well.
Solid Rock will provide linens.
Debbie and her husband Keith have been married for twenty five years this July and have three adult children: Brad, age 22, Chris age 20 and Megan 18. They are currently in the process of transitioning to empty-nesting, as Megan leaves for college in the fall.
Keith and Debbie moved to AK in 2001 with their three children to help start Alaska Christian College; a post secondary discipleship-college that has also developed into a Christian Community college, for Alaska Native young adults.
In the early years of the college, Debbie, along with another staff wife provided counseling to the students to assist with transition and mental health support. In 2003, God opened doors and provided resources to allow counseling for the students to become an integral part of their discipleship experience and she became the Executive Director of New Hope Counseling Center. New Hope Counseling Center (NHCC) is now completing it’s 15th year, and since 2003, God has grown NHCC from providing services to just the students of ACC, to a team of 5 counselors who also provide services to the communities of the Kenai Peninsula.
Debbie is passionate about walking alongside others in their journey of healing and restoration, and helping them develop tools and resources that will foster health and hope; fully believing in NHCC’s mission verse Psalm 62:5, “Find rest oh, my soul, in God alone; my hope comes from him.”
Talk to Cherie Taylor: 907.252.8950.