Scenes from King's Fold

I'm back from the retreat at King's Fold Retreat Center an hour and half west of Calgary. It was wonderful. It was a Revisioning Retreat that is part of the Sustaining Pastoral Excellence Program that our denomination has been putting on through a grant they received from the Lilly Foundation. The entire retreat, including travel, was funded through that grant. I'll share more about the retreat in an upcoming post. But first, to share some scenes from the retreat center: This was the basic view outside my window. Rough, eh?
The Ghost River which cuts through the valley below

Plenty of quiet places to sit in God's presence

At the end of the Stations of the Cross prayer walk

If you ever have an opportunity to get a plane ticket to Calgary--do it. Go to King's Fold, whether for a personal retreat or one of the ones that they put on. You won't be disappointed.

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