Once you remove those daily schedules, chores, household tasks and career duties you will be able to immerse yourself in meditation, group discussions and wholesome interactions with other like-minded Christians. This will be an educational article that will allow you to learn more about your faith while you develop new and lasting friendships.
1. Yoga as an Activity and a Discussion Topic
There is always a need to find interesting Christian women’s retreat ideas that are uplifting and positive. One of the activities that you may want to incorporate into an upcoming retreat involves introducing structured exercises such as Yoga or Pilates to the participants. These exercises will help everyone relax their minds and bodies. This is a chance to unwind and promote health and fitness on a personal level. The connection between clean living, clean minds and exercise should not be overlooked. After the yoga session is completed the retreat guests can all sit around as a group and discuss what spirituality means and how exercise can be a means of developing a more focused approach regarding their Christian journey.
2. Let your Hands and Minds Work Together for a Common Cause
Knitting, crocheting or sewing are activities that keep your hands busy. Why not use these activities to put your faith into action? These are crafts that can inspire numerous Christian women’s retreat ideas.
You can decide to use some of your time to create mittens, scarves, hats or booties that your group can then donate to a worthy cause. The clothing items could be delivered to a homeless shelter, given to residents at a nursing home or shipped to troops overseas. Deciding which items to make and who the recipients will be can be extremely rewarding.
As you are working with your hands it will be the perfect time to initiate discussions among the group. One topic that you may want to discuss is how this type of activity relates to specific teachings from the Bible. What Bible verses or stories can you think of that deal with “giving from the heart” and “being kind to others”?
3. Memories are the Moments We Cherish the Most
When you are thinking of Christian women’s retreat ideas do not forget about the chance to make memories. Why not have all of the participants create memory books that they can take home when the retreat has ended. This will be the ideal time to create and share photos, memories, letters and mementos of the retreat. Make cards or write letters to the other women in your group. You can pass along a bit of scriptural wisdom or copy a special Bible verse to give to each of your new friends. The memory books are sure to be inspirational and can become the basis for rewarding interesting discussions and friendships.