SOUL DAY

A Guided Retreat for CBOQ Pastors and Spouses

Comments from previous participants:

“I liked the freedom to follow God’s leading in the shape the day took”

“It allowed me to make space to hear what God was saying to me”

” Exercises were helpful in connecting with the Lord in a meaningful manner.”

“It was good and refreshing, extremely enriching and worthwhile!”

Schedule:

9:30 Introduction to the Day, Worship, Spiritual Practices, and Q & A  

10:15 Spiritual Practice(s)

12:00 Introduction & Soul Groups over Lunch (Online)  

1:00 Spiritual Practice(s) 

3:30 Soul Groups (Online)
(modified schedule: 2:15 pm) 

4:15 Thank you and Benediction
(modified schedule: 3:00 pm)

 

Disorientation and Orientation

Monday, February 8, 9:30-4:30

(a modified schedule is available for those who would like to finish at 3pm)

It has been a difficult year for you, pastors. You have sacrificed your own life for the sake of others. It’s time to receive an invitation from Jesus to rest. It’s time for Him to minister to you. We invite you to Soul Day for Pastors to receive that rest. Rest in our souls and our bodies is needed more than ever. For this Soul Day, we will be spending time meditation on John 21 which was a space of disorientation to reorientation for the disciples.

This guided personal retreat experience will provide a blend of online worship and community and off-line personal spiritual practices.

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At the core of Emmaus Formation Center is the ministry of spiritual direction. Spiritual direction is between the spiritual director, the directee and the Holy Spirit with the ultimate goal of seeking spiritual formation.

The journey to become more like Christ progresses through prayer and a person’s desire for Christ to be the guiding force in their words, decisions and actions. Spiritual Direction provides a refreshing, safe place in one’s journey for encouragement, stillness and contemplation. Don enjoys helping others grow in their relationship with God by offering support, encouragement and a listening ear in their walk with God.

As a companion for the journey, Don’s diversity of experience can help you discern your next step in your relationship with Christ and what questions need to be asked to determine a way forward. Having spent 27 years as a banker, financial broker and entrepreneur, Don entered the pastoral ministry in 1998. His ministry experience includes small groups, discipleship, pastoral care, leadership development and church planting.

Over the past 10 years, Don as a pastor/coach has provided leadership to four churches in need of reconciliation and regaining a Christ-centered focus within their fellowship, vision and ministry to their community.

In his current work with churches and becoming a certified spiritual director, Don has initiated and facilitated workshops and retreats aimed at helping individuals/groups utilize spiritual disciplines at home and at work to discover their next step in their relationship with God.