April 24-26, 2015
Clarence Jordan, co-founder of Koinonia Farm (1942), wrote, “Sabbath in Greek means ‘to arrive at one’s destination, to get where you’re going.’ It means to quit worrying and struggling and striving and enter into a state of harmony and peace … it is not a cessation of activity but the beginning of activity — activity synchronized with God’s purposes.” Central to Koinonia’s activity is the care of the soil and the care of the soul. Sustainable Growth Texas CEO & President Betsy Ross (www.sustainablegrowthtexas.com) will co-lead this retreat along with Koinonia Steward and Director Bren Dubay. Betsy is guiding Koinonia in its efforts to restore life to its soil. She will teach you how to restore life to your soil enabling you to create an environment of beauty. Bren will share about the rhythm of our day that’s meant to nurture Sabbath time in each and every day. She will guide participants through various spiritual practices that help refresh the soul. Come experience how both soil and soul care can enhance both your inner and outer peace.
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