Walking in Wisdom
October 8-10 or October 8-11, 2018
2-night Package: lodging & meals from Monday dinner through Wednesday lunch – $399/couple, $249 single.
3-night Package: lodging & meals from Monday dinner through Thursday lunch – $589/couple, $369 single.
A fun, inspirational retreat for active adults age 55+.
Speaker: Charles Ness
Charles (Charlie) Ness is the pastor of Perkiomenville Mennonite Church, and in 2017 served his 45th summer as a camp pastor at Spruce Lake Wilderness Camp. Charlie also founded Liberty Ministries in 1979, a thriving prison ministry in Schwenksville, PA, and was a member of its first board of directors. His passion for evangelism and down-to-earth love for God’s people shines through Charlie’s many years of service to the Church.
Worship: Frances Drost
Singer, songwriter and concert artist Frances Drost enjoys using her musical gifts to bless others. Lyrics and melodies interwoven with stories about real experiences can touch you, right in the heart! Her company, “Musical Creations,” is a way to encourage people on their journey through life. She also writes songs for “Songs of Love,” a nonprofit organization that connects songwriters with terminally ill children. She has composed and recorded hundreds of songs for families with their child as the star of the song. Frances has also produced a number of CDs. She is the winner of the 2009 Momentum Award for “Female Artist of the Year,” and was also nominated for “Inspirational Artist of the Year” at the 2009 Momentum Awards ceremony in Nashville.
Tuesday Concert: Sue Dodge
Four Dove awards for “Best Female Vocalist,” inductee into the Gospel Music Hall of Fame, and four decades of singing gospel music in 16 nations tell only a fraction of Sue’s story! Her national and international radio and television appearances include The 700 Club, Grand Ole Opry, In Touch with Charles Stanley, and the Gaither Homecoming Program. Sue is equally at home singing for a women’s retreat as before a mega-conference. Even though she travels widely, she has stayed rooted in her home church in the Washington, DC suburbs.