We are so GRATEFUL for your “YES” to God and to Hope Redefined. Here you will find information on the location and what you need to bring on the retreat as well as the schedule and what is expected of the team.
The video here is what the Participants will see when they register for the Redeemed Hope Retreat.
As a Retreat team member we need a few things from you prior to serving. Please follow the links below and submit all forms. If you have any questions please reach out to us.
We have a few dates that need to be on your calendar. These dates could change so please check this space from time to time. We will try and notify you of any changes via email.
Aftercare Group Dates
Meetings are on Zoom, 8:00-9:30pm EST and we LOVE having our Team Members attend! We specifically NEED team to attend Group 4 because we will be continuing personal ministry work with strongholds/unhealthy attachments.
4.2.23, Aftercare Group 1
4.16.23, Aftercare Group 2
4.23.23, Aftercare Group 3
4.30.23, Aftercare Group 4 (Need Team Volunteers)
5.7.23, Aftercare Group 5
5.21.23, Aftercare Group 6
Redeemed Hope Retreat Schedule
(subject to change – please refer to final schedule in you COW packet)
Team Arrival – Unload
Unload – Kitchen Set Up
Dinner – Ordering Pizza
8:00 – 9:00
Breakfast (slow start)
Worship, Submission, Team Mtg
Set Up Begins
Rest & Final Prep
Participants Arrive & Check In
Welcome & Opening Remarks
Why We Share Our Stories
Sharing Your Story
Soak & Goodnight
7:00 – 8:30
Overview of the Day
Caring for Yourself
Why We Worship
Impact of Betrayal
Desperate for Healing
Aftermath of Betrayal
Grieving & Restoration
7:30 – 8:45
Overview of the Day
The Perfect Sacrifice
Certificate of Debt
Individual & Cultural Responsibilities
Strongholds & Soul Ties
Reflections of the Day
Crying Out For Restoration
Light Breakfast & Coffee, Morning Stretch
Hope Note & Break
Pack Up & Departure
Out of Building
Bonny Burns: Salad-no dressing-serve 15 people; 2 different egg-free/gluten free/diary free desserts-each serve 10 people
KP: Gluten Free Breakfast Casserole-serve 8 people; Brownies-serve 22 people
Joy Storey: Gluten Free Breakfast Casserole- serve 8 people; Pie- serve 22 people
Toni Broyles: Gluten-Free/Dairy-Free Lasagna-serve 5 people; Regular Lasagna- serve 22 people
Susan Brangers: 3 Dozen hard boiled eggs-cooked and peeled; 48 cans of regular Coke
Christen Bonn: 7lbs Taco Meat, cooked with Gluten Free taco seasoning
Julie Palmer: Gluten-Free Sausage Balls- serve 27 people; gluten-free/dairy free muffins, 1 dozen
Maribeth: Butternut Squash Soup- 12 servings; 64 cans La Croix
Lyschel Burket: Tortellini Soup- 15 servings; gluten-free/dairy free soup- 12 servings, Pulled Pork
Meagan Dixon: 48 cans Sprite; chicken salad, serve 29 people (no nuts)
Lara Davis: 48 cans Diet Coke, 2 dozen cupcakes
*If you signed up for dessert, please try to bring items that do not need to be refrigerated or frozen. We have limited space for those items
*GF= Gluten Free
*DF= Dairy Free
**Don’t forget your SNACK! Check out Directions for Food Donations section for details.**
Here is what we need for each person’s snack to share:
– If your last name begins with a letter A-H– please bring a SWEET snack. If you are gluten-free, please bring gluten-free snack.
– If your last name begins with a letter I-Z– please bring a SALTY snack. If you are gluten-free, please bring gluten-free snack.
Please label EVERYTHING YOU BRING with your name, so if the kitchen team or snack team has questions, they know who to ask! If you are making something at home, please include the following information, in addition to your name:
– What the food is: ground beef, lasagna, cookies, snack, etc. This gives kitchen and snack team directions on where items need to be stored. This helps us communicate with participants as well, some things are hard to tell what they are just by looking.
– Allergy information (gluten-free, dairy-free, contains walnuts, etc.)
– Reheat/cooking instructions (if applicable)- temp to cook/reheat, time it takes, etc.
– Storage: needs to be frozen/refrigerated/fine at room temp. Again, this helps our teams plan for storage as we are setting up.
If you are bringing store-bought stuff, please leave it in the package from the store so the kitchen team has all the above information.
If you or someone your know is interested in providing scholarship money for a participant please feel free to make a donation here.
This is an incredible way to pour into a woman’s retreat experience.
Preparing YOUR Story:
Please take the time to reach out to your buddy at least one time prior to the retreat. Send them an email first inviting them to a phone call. Connecting by phone is ideal, but we want them to have the ability to connect in a way that feels safe. The purpose of this connection is to help combat the participant’s fear of not knowing anyone, to answer questions, and to help them feel welcomed. You may be working with your buddy during the retreat, so please do not hesitate to ask them what you can be praying for as we all prepare.
We have laid out the things that are essential in building a healthy functioning ministry team. Please review our Retreat Team Values & Protocols
You have these prayers in your Team Member packet but we want to make sure you can find them if you need them.
A part of what we get to do at this retreat is offer validation AND freedom. Deliverance is the action of being rescued and set free.
Here is our teaching on this topic for our retreat team. Protocols for Deliverance Ministry