Wanna Know What Happens at Family Retreat?

  • By: Joni and Friends
  • Jan. 22, 2015
  • Family Retreats

kids playing under a parachutegirl feeding a donkey at the petting zoo

FRIENDS! Volunteers are the heart of Family Retreat. What does it take to serve? A willing heart and a loving pair of hands. In one short week, God can use you to lift a disabled child or adult to new awareness of God’s power at work in their weakness. And in the process, you’ll climb higher with Jesus, too, as you see His love reflected back to you through your special new friend.

STRENGTH! Under the banner of God’s great love and surrounded by His people, Joni and Friends builds families that stand strong for a lifetime. As beautiful family memories are made at Family Retreat, moms and dads and kids find wholeness and unity, built on the love of Jesus that never runs dry.

It’s a heaping helping of blessing for everybody – including the petting zoo animals! Spirits are fed with rich nourishment from God’s word through teaching and worship, while hearts and minds discover hope and encouragement through intimate times of sharing with others.
boy with his dad on the climbing wall
Miles of smiles from sunrise to sunset! Family Retreat has specially-designed activities and Christ-centered programs for every age and stage – including moms and dads! In the warmth of God’s love, families are strengthened, marriages are renewed, and relationships are built that last a lifetime.

FUN! At Family Retreat, kids with disabilities discover a whole new world of fun, where new experiences and new friendships open the door to new confidence and courage. All year long, special needs kids hear, “No you can’t.” At Family Retreat, God’s family comes alongside with a powerful new message: “Yes you can!”


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