Friday, March 9, 2018 - Sunday, March 11, 2018
March 9-11, 2018
Friday at 4pm to Sunday at 11:30am
Sanctuary for Humans and Horses
$250 includes registration, materials, dinner on Friday & lunch on Saturday
$235 if registered by February 16
Each day we are given opportunity to notice that we may be standing on the threshold of new beginnings: in life, in work, and in relationships. These thresholds can be powerful and altering experiences which lead us to new questions and decisions.
The invitations of a new beginning can open our heart and mind to something beyond our initial understanding, and it may also mean leaving something of significance behind; of letting go of something that may have grounded us for a time.
This retreat, set in the transition between Winter and the new growth of Spring, is designed to provide opportunities to explore again the impactful influences at the core of what calls each of us to meaningful life and work. This retreat is designed to help participants reconnect Role & Soul.
Meet Your Facilitators
Judy Skeen is professor of religion at Belmont University. She is a full time teacher and her courses include Biblical Studies, Cross-Species Communication (prey/predator with horses), Eco-Justice and Faith, and Contemplative Thought and Practice. Her experience in leading groups has been developed in a variety of settings: classroom, congregations, spiritual direction, round pen work with humans and horses and conflict mediation. Judy is a graduate of Samford University, Vanderbilt University and Southern Seminary.
Dane Anthony is a teacher, spiritual director, retreat facilitator, and works in a variety of aspects of transition. He has more than 30 years of experience in higher education in student services, chaplaincy, and as a faculty member.
His group leadership is honed through extensive experience in settings such as; classroom, leadership development, group therapy facilitation, spiritual direction, and vocational discernment. A graduate of Missouri State University & Midwestern Seminary, Dane is also a TN Master Gardener. He and his wife have three grown children and reside with their dog, Chula, in Nashville.
About Our Venue
Sanctuary for Humans and Horses – Franklin, TN
This event is scheduled on the seven-acre horse ranch. Participants are invited to enjoy the creek, sloping pastures, the four-legged company (if you choose), porches, and shade trees.
Fees: $250 – includes registration, materials, dinner on Friday & lunch on Saturday.
Discount: Register by February 16th and only pay $235!
Registration Deadline: The final deadline for all registrations is Friday, March 2, 2018.
Participation: Participation is limited to 20 people. Early registration is encouraged.
To Register: Please email Dane Anthony at email@example.com to reserve your spot.
Contact Dane Anthony – firstname.lastname@example.org
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