April 9th – 11th, 2021. Check-in begins at 7:00 PM Friday.
The retreat goes through 12:00 PM Sunday but you’re invited to stay and play up through 2:00 PM.
Fathers and daughters in grades 1 to 12
Speaker: Dan Meredith
Dan is a speaker/worship leader with SDG Music Ministry. He is also a former music teacher in a nearby school district where he taught for 33 years. Dan is Kay’s husband and dad to three grown children, Adam, Aaron, and Andrea, all of whom grew up attending Joy El programs.
Cost: $163.00 for each father-daughter pair. Cost is $79.00 for each additional child. A minimum nonrefundable deposit of $50 will hold your reservation. But register by March 12 to pay the discount price of $153 per pair and $74 for additional child.
Housing: Fathers and daughters will stay in separate cabins. In the cabins, daughters will be supervised by Joy El staff/counselors. Campers staying in the lodge pay an additional $51.00 for lodge space. Lodges are reserved on a first-come basis.
Most little girls grow up trying on their mom’s shoes. Those same little girls grow up searching for an example of what a godly woman looks like, how do they live? Moms, use this special set aside weekend to speak into your daughter’s life on becoming a true woman of God.
“I had quality time with God and my daughters without distractions.” – a mom retreat camper
Check in begins 7 PM Friday and event ends 2 PM Sunday.
Who’s Invited?: Moms and their daughters in grades 1 to 12. (Daughters are also welcome to attend with step-mothers, grandmothers, or “mother figures” over 18 years of age.)
Speaker: Melinda Clark and Andrea Smith (a mother-daughter duo).
Cost: $159.00 per mother/daughter pair. $78 for additional child. BUT, register and pay in full by September 11, 2020 to receive the discount price of $149.00 per pair and $73.00 for additional child.
Housing: Our cabins have bunk beds and sleep 12. Each cabin has its own bathroom with 3 shower stalls, 2 toilet stalls and a large double sink. For an additional fee of $46.00 lodge rooms (motel-style housing) are available on a limited basis and can be reserved on a first-come first-serve basis.
What to Bring: Your Bible, notebook, pen or pencil, pillow, sleeping bag, enough clean clothes for the weekend, bathroom necessities and money for the camp store/canteen and friends to share the weekend with.
What to Leave Behind: Radios, CD players, iPods, MP3 players, cell phones, video games, etc.