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How to Connect With God in Our Busy World

How to Connect with God in Our Busy World


"In the morning, while it was still very dark, he got up and went out to a deserted place, and there he prayed."  Mark 1:35

Connect with your friends on Facebook!  Connect on Linked In, Twitter, Email, text messaging, Snapchats, Instagram, etc.  In a world where we are encouraged to be constantly connected with each other, how connected are we to the One who created the world?  God's desire is to have a deep connection with His children.  A deeper connection results in a more authentic relationship.  Our ability to listen for God in our daily lives encourages this deeper, more authentic relationship.  During this retreat you will learn how prayer practices can facilitate a deeper relationship with God and how they change the connections in your brain to become more loving and compassionate and less fearful and anxious.  We will follow Jesus's example from Mark 1:35- "In the morning, while it was still very dark, he got up and went out to a deserted place, and there he prayed," to help us learn prayer disciplines that keep God first in our busy lives.  When we do this we begin to live from a place where our prayer is God's prayer and our activity is God's activity.  Jesus made retreats a personal habit.  This is your chance to understand why.

Contact us today to schedule this retreat at your facility or check out our Events Page to see if this program is being offered in an area near you!

Former participants have reported:

  • This retreat was better than I expected.  After 50 years of being a Christian it shed new light on how my prayer life could be more and do more.
  • This program reinforced the value of consistent contemplative prayer.
  • I really enjoyed sharing with a group of like-minded people all interested in a closer connection with God.
  • This program helped me learn how to connect with God in the midst of my busy world by building simple, profound practices into my daily life.