We’re all unique. Wired in our own ways. It’s the way God made us, and that diversity is a beautiful thing.
At this retreat we will discover and unpack our natural abilities and how to use them more effectively in all areas of our lives. This will be based on the Highlands Ability Battery, a fantastic assessment tool that every intern will do as part of the internship program.
As well, we will explore the ways we naturally connect with God which align with the unique way God has designed us. Based on the book Sacred Pathways by Gary Thomas, we will discover and embrace how our own soul best connects with our Maker.
Sun July 14 – Tues July 16, 2019
Beginning at 7:00pm on July 14. Ending at 6:00pm on July 16 (dinner included).
Retreats are for FLOW interns only.
Natalie Frisk is the Curriculum Pastor at The Meeting House Church and has been on staff in various roles in youth ministry since 2008.
She's married to Sam, and mom to Erin (7).
She earned her Honours B.A. in English at Redeemer University College, and her Masters of Theological Study at McMaster Divinity School with a Biblical Studies specialization. She is presently working on her doctor in Practical Theology degree at McMaster Divinity College.
Mike and Melri Wright have worked with youth and youth workers for more than 20 years and are currently part of the team that directs Ledge Leadership, an organization that develops young leaders.
At Ledge, we have found that people are able to lead and impact others more effectively when they come from a place of understanding their own abilities, strengths, and challenges. As a result, we work with people to help them discover their natural abilities and how they can use that knowledge to make decisions about future education, career paths, and lead more effectively. Mike and Melri are dedicated to helping individuals develop their capacity to become leaders who Risk, Reflect, and Relate as a way of life.