Ladies Retreat

Ladies Retreat

2023 Steadfast Joy April 28-29

Take time out of the busyness of life to enjoy a weekend surrounded by the beauty of God's creation. Not only will your weekend be filled with biblical teaching and uplifting worship, but you will be treated to activities like ziplining, trap shooting, knife throwing, hiking and games in Clifty Creek Café. This retreat is for ladies 13 and over.

This year's teaching is from the book of Philippians about the goal of our daily discipleship - joy and progress in the faith. No matter what chapter of life is unfolding for you personally, God’s Word has wisdom to speak into your day-to-day living - how do we have joy and grow our faith, no matter what? Come and find out!

Speaker Rachel Kimble

Rachel Kimble will be our speaker for April 2023 Spring Retreat.

Rachel was a camper and a counselor at Twin Lakes Camp MANY years ago. She grew up as a pastor's kid in Indiana. She is the wife of Jeremy, a CU Bible professor, and lives in Cedarville, OH. Rachel schools their two kids (16 and 13) at home and is pursing a Master of Arts in Biblical Counseling from Faith Seminary in Lafayette. She desires to see herself and others truly trust in the promises of God and find their joy in Him.

Details & Cost

The retreat is one-night only and cost is $90/person. Check-in begins Friday afternoon at 1:30 pm and ends around 5:00pm on Saturday afternoon. Registration ends on April 17th.

You will be staying in one of our cabins which has 6 bunk beds in each unit with twin size mattresses. (1 bed is a full). There will be 6-10 people in each cabin depending on your group size. Almost all the cabins have two toilets, two sinks, and two showers in them.

Explore Twin Lakes

    • Hiking Trails - Twin Lakes has a little over 3 miles of hiking trails including a self-guided prayer walk on property. The trails are perfect for a group hike or a solitary moment during a busy retreat. Guided night hikes are a favorite of campers and retreat guests at Twin Lakes.
    • Lake Activities - Paddle boats and canoes are available to guests at Lower Lake, near the dining hall and covered bridge. Both Upper and Lower Lakes are also full of great fishing spots to enjoy alone or with a friend.
    • Café and Store - Go and visit the Blue Heron Camp Store or Clifty Creek Café where you can grab camp gear, a snack and coffee. Stay a while and choose from a selection of board or card games to play with friends.
    • Challenge Mountain - Make sure to make room for this adventure in your schedule! Complete with high and low ropes courses, a zip line, climbing tower and more, Challenge Mountain has thrills and challenges you won't want to miss!

Background Image Contact D&J Roofing