with Dean Sherman
Suggested Donation: 3 nights, 9 meals - $155/adult, $75/child 7-12, $35/child 3-6, children 0-3 are free.
Deposit: $150/family, $75/couple, $50/single
When: Nov 22 - 25
Thanksgiving Dinner starts: Thursday at 1:00 PM. CRC will provide the turkey and trimmings. Please bring a dessert or a salad.
Retreat Ends: Sunday after brunch. Checkout by noon.
Registration on Thursday, Thanksgiving Day, at 11:30am at the Main Lodge.
* *SPECIAL NOTE** When registering, please indicate what kind of pie or salad that you are sharing in the "comment box".
Teaching Topic: "Spiritual Warfare"
Dean Sherman has been teaching throughout the Body of Christ worldwide for over 50 years. He presents the truth of God’s Word with simple clarity and an anointing of authority and practicality. His unique, exciting, presentation style, brings understanding on God and His ways. He makes truth both easy to listen to and challenging for life. Trust in God and our potential in life and ministry are increased, as we realize His love, power and grace within us.
Dean has worked with Youth With a Mission since 1967. He helped to pioneer YWAM in Australia, New Guinea, New Zealand, Fiji, and Tonga. He has led mission teams in most areas of Asia and the Pacific. He served for 20 years as the International Dean for the College of Christian Ministries in YWAM’s University of the Nations. This College registers and oversees training schools in 100 counties. He has served on the International leadership team of the U of N, several boards of YWAM and other ministries.
The CRC Staff will share skits, stories and songs of thanksgiving on Thursday afternoon in the Rotunda. After a supper of turkey sandwiches, you
and your family will have the opportunity to present a
song, skit or testimony - some creative offering of thanks to
God for his goodness. We would like each family group to prepare something ahead of time to share with the group. It's a LOT of fun and very inspirational as well! We always enjoy this evening when our guests take “center stage.”
Each evening begins with a time of worship for the entire family. In the afternoons you will have the opportunity to enjoy making a Christmas wreath or just relax and fellowship.