Guided Silent Retreat for Ministry Leaders - Group Learning
The Compassionate Gaze of God
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM EDT
Take a silent getaway to unplug, break from daily routine, and focus on what’s most important in this world – your own authenticity and well-being. The Ignatuis House offers 20 acres of lush and secluded forest along the Chattanooga River near Atlanta. This retreat is for ministry leaders (non-profit and church) who desire to be nurtured and cared for by the compassionate love of God, found in the stillness and silence that nature offers.
- Retreat is faciliated by Beth Bennett - MI Atlanta Area Director and Spiritual Director
- Retreat begins March 11th, with lunch at 12:00. Check-in opens at 11:00. Retreat concludes March 13th, 11:00 am
- Retreat will include brief guided reflections and plenty of individual silent space on the property
- Cost is $125 per person (a $390 value. Mission Increase will scholarship the difference)
- 2 nights all-inclusive private room
- 6 delicious chef-prepared meals, snacks and beverages
- Access to chapel, library, grounds, and walking trails
No cancellations will be accepted after February 23, 2024. Refunds CANNOT be made after February 23, 2024.
If you need to cancel after February 23: We ask that you send another person in your place, or consider donating the cost of the retreat to Mission Increase Atlanta.
Featuring - Beth Bennett
Area Director, Atlanta, Mission Increase
Beth Bennett serves as the Area Director for Mission Increase Atlanta. With more than 35 years of ministry experience, Beth is passionate about helping ministry leaders enjoy God while leading their causes and working with them to create systems for maximum kingdom impact and leadership transformation. She has worked with hundreds of ministries in the Atlanta community as a local church pastor and coach with Ministry Ventures. Beth is a certified Life Coach with Christian Coaches Institute and a graduate of Central Michigan University. She is a licensed minister, pastoral counselor, leadership coach, and retreat leader with her certification as a Spiritual Director with the School of Sustainable Faith. Beth and her husband have 3 grown children and live in Alpharetta, GA.