Rebound is a four-day retreat designed for EFCA youth workers and their spouses to get away to reconnect with God, one another, their calling, and their identity. While this retreat is designed for youth workers and their spouses, all EFCA youth workers are welcome. The worship gatherings, schedule and environment are all designed to facilitate these “renewal reconnections.” Our desire is to encourage long-term, healthy student ministries by ministering to the youth workers.
In our sessions, you will experience prayer, worship, and the opportunity to interact and minister with and to one another. Our speaker will focus on speaking life into your soul. This is not a training conference. It is a renewal conference. The wisest man to ever live, King Solomon, spoke these words to his son in Proverbs 4:23: “Above all else, guard your heart, for it is the wellspring of life.” There are times the wisest and most responsible thing we can do for our own souls and ministries is to focus some deliberate attention on our hearts.
Your afternoons are free to lay by the pool, sight-see, have lunch with new friends, or simply reflect and rest.
Cost: $599 per couple.
- Three nights.
- Three breakfasts.
- Two dinners.
Registration is open through October 11 while space is available.
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org | Phone (800) 745-2202
Jim and Suzi Kallam
Jim and Suzi Kallam served for forty-two years in pastoral ministry at Church at Charlotte, an EFCA church. Their passion was ensuring followers of Christ of all ages mature and grow in their relationship with God, believing this is best fleshed out in the authentic Christian community – the local church. This vision included a desire for Church at Charlotte to take resources to the nations of the world while bringing renewal to our people. They have three grown daughters and eight grandchildren.
Daniel Olson is the Pastor of College and Worship Ministries at Pleasant Valley Church in Winona, MN. Over the years, Daniel has also facilitated prayer and worship experiences for the North Central District and has been the Prayer Director for Challenge. Daniel and his wife, Amberlynn, live in Winona with their daughter, Eden.