Sept 10-12, 17-19 & 24-26, 2021 WOMEN'S
RETREAT

A WEEKEND WITH YOU IN MIND

Crafts & Creative Activities

Crafts & Creative Activities

Ropes Course & Giant Swing

Ropes Course & Giant Swing

Interactive Seminars

Interactive Seminars

Endless Outdoor Activities

Endless Outdoor Activities

A Weekend With You In Mind

Grab the girls and spend a weekend away resting and finding new strength at Berea’s Women’s Retreat.

The schedule for the retreat is planned deliberately to give you a chance to grow and to be refreshed, to use the time in the unique way that you would most enjoy. In between the main group sessions, spend time talking with friends, take a short hike along our Prayer Walk trail, relax with a book and a cup of coffee, or join in one of the many optional activities – such as riflery, archery, volleyball, seminars, crafts, kayaking, canoeing, and boat tours – that Berea has to offer.

Group Reservation Info

SPEAKER: Maggie Wallem Rowe

A farmer’s daughter born and raised in Illinois, Maggie spent 25 years in ministry in New England with her pastor-husband Mike, where she taught at Daniel Webster University and directed women’s ministries throughout the six New England states. While living in the Chicago area, Maggie served as a public relations professional for Tyndale House as well as a guest communications instructor at Wheaton College. Maggie and Mike now happily reside in western North Carolina, where Maggie writes from Peace Ridge, their home in the Smokies.

Maggie has spoken at hundreds of outreach events, retreats, and conferences throughout the U.S. As a dramatist she performs original historical reenactments of the lives of great women of the Christian faith including Mary of Nazareth, Sarah Pierpont Edwards, and Amy Carmichael. Maggie has contributed to over ten books, and her first as a solo author, This Life We Share, released in 2020 from NavPress. She’s currently at work on her second book scheduled for publication in early 2022 from Tyndale House.

In 2014 Maggie earned her M.A. in Biblical Studies from Wheaton Graduate School. Her greatest blessings are Mike, her husband of over 40 years, their three adult children and spouses, and five grandchildren. She loves hiking, mountain dancing, books, and anything chocolate, but mostly she loves people.

WORSHIP BAND: To be Announced!

SPEAKER: Maggie Wallem Rowe

A farmer’s daughter born and raised in Illinois, Maggie spent 25 years in ministry in New England with her pastor-husband Mike, where she taught at Daniel Webster University and directed women’s ministries throughout the six New England states. While living in the Chicago area, Maggie served as a public relations professional for Tyndale House as well as a guest communications instructor at Wheaton College. Maggie and Mike now happily reside in western North Carolina, where Maggie writes from Peace Ridge, their home in the Smokies.

Maggie has spoken at hundreds of outreach events, retreats, and conferences throughout the U.S. As a dramatist she performs original historical reenactments of the lives of great women of the Christian faith including Mary of Nazareth, Sarah Pierpont Edwards, and Amy Carmichael. Maggie has contributed to over ten books, and her first as a solo author, This Life We Share, released in 2020 from NavPress. She’s currently at work on her second book scheduled for publication in early 2022 from Tyndale House.

In 2014 Maggie earned her M.A. in Biblical Studies from Wheaton Graduate School. Her greatest blessings are Mike, her husband of over 40 years, their three adult children and spouses, and five grandchildren. She loves hiking, mountain dancing, books, and anything chocolate, but mostly she loves people.

WORSHIP BAND: To be Announced!

SPEAKER: Maggie Wallem Rowe

A farmer’s daughter born and raised in Illinois, Maggie spent 25 years in ministry in New England with her pastor-husband Mike, where she taught at Daniel Webster University and directed women’s ministries throughout the six New England states. While living in the Chicago area, Maggie served as a public relations professional for Tyndale House as well as a guest communications instructor at Wheaton College. Maggie and Mike now happily reside in western North Carolina, where Maggie writes from Peace Ridge, their home in the Smokies.

Maggie has spoken at hundreds of outreach events, retreats, and conferences throughout the U.S. As a dramatist she performs original historical reenactments of the lives of great women of the Christian faith including Mary of Nazareth, Sarah Pierpont Edwards, and Amy Carmichael. Maggie has contributed to over ten books, and her first as a solo author, This Life We Share, released in 2020 from NavPress. She’s currently at work on her second book scheduled for publication in early 2022 from Tyndale House.

In 2014 Maggie earned her M.A. in Biblical Studies from Wheaton Graduate School. Her greatest blessings are Mike, her husband of over 40 years, their three adult children and spouses, and five grandchildren. She loves hiking, mountain dancing, books, and anything chocolate, but mostly she loves people.

WORSHIP BAND: To be Announced!

+ September 10-12

SPEAKER: Maggie Wallem Rowe

A farmer’s daughter born and raised in Illinois, Maggie spent 25 years in ministry in New England with her pastor-husband Mike, where she taught at Daniel Webster University and directed women’s ministries throughout the six New England states. While living in the Chicago area, Maggie served as a public relations professional for Tyndale House as well as a guest communications instructor at Wheaton College. Maggie and Mike now happily reside in western North Carolina, where Maggie writes from Peace Ridge, their home in the Smokies.

Maggie has spoken at hundreds of outreach events, retreats, and conferences throughout the U.S. As a dramatist she performs original historical reenactments of the lives of great women of the Christian faith including Mary of Nazareth, Sarah Pierpont Edwards, and Amy Carmichael. Maggie has contributed to over ten books, and her first as a solo author, This Life We Share, released in 2020 from NavPress. She’s currently at work on her second book scheduled for publication in early 2022 from Tyndale House.

In 2014 Maggie earned her M.A. in Biblical Studies from Wheaton Graduate School. Her greatest blessings are Mike, her husband of over 40 years, their three adult children and spouses, and five grandchildren. She loves hiking, mountain dancing, books, and anything chocolate, but mostly she loves people.

WORSHIP BAND: To be Announced!

+ September 17-19

SPEAKER: Maggie Wallem Rowe

A farmer’s daughter born and raised in Illinois, Maggie spent 25 years in ministry in New England with her pastor-husband Mike, where she taught at Daniel Webster University and directed women’s ministries throughout the six New England states. While living in the Chicago area, Maggie served as a public relations professional for Tyndale House as well as a guest communications instructor at Wheaton College. Maggie and Mike now happily reside in western North Carolina, where Maggie writes from Peace Ridge, their home in the Smokies.

Maggie has spoken at hundreds of outreach events, retreats, and conferences throughout the U.S. As a dramatist she performs original historical reenactments of the lives of great women of the Christian faith including Mary of Nazareth, Sarah Pierpont Edwards, and Amy Carmichael. Maggie has contributed to over ten books, and her first as a solo author, This Life We Share, released in 2020 from NavPress. She’s currently at work on her second book scheduled for publication in early 2022 from Tyndale House.

In 2014 Maggie earned her M.A. in Biblical Studies from Wheaton Graduate School. Her greatest blessings are Mike, her husband of over 40 years, their three adult children and spouses, and five grandchildren. She loves hiking, mountain dancing, books, and anything chocolate, but mostly she loves people.

WORSHIP BAND: To be Announced!

+ September 24-26

SPEAKER: Maggie Wallem Rowe

A farmer’s daughter born and raised in Illinois, Maggie spent 25 years in ministry in New England with her pastor-husband Mike, where she taught at Daniel Webster University and directed women’s ministries throughout the six New England states. While living in the Chicago area, Maggie served as a public relations professional for Tyndale House as well as a guest communications instructor at Wheaton College. Maggie and Mike now happily reside in western North Carolina, where Maggie writes from Peace Ridge, their home in the Smokies.

Maggie has spoken at hundreds of outreach events, retreats, and conferences throughout the U.S. As a dramatist she performs original historical reenactments of the lives of great women of the Christian faith including Mary of Nazareth, Sarah Pierpont Edwards, and Amy Carmichael. Maggie has contributed to over ten books, and her first as a solo author, This Life We Share, released in 2020 from NavPress. She’s currently at work on her second book scheduled for publication in early 2022 from Tyndale House.

In 2014 Maggie earned her M.A. in Biblical Studies from Wheaton Graduate School. Her greatest blessings are Mike, her husband of over 40 years, their three adult children and spouses, and five grandchildren. She loves hiking, mountain dancing, books, and anything chocolate, but mostly she loves people.

WORSHIP BAND: To be Announced!

RATES (per person)

Onsite: $220 // Offsite: $115

Register by May 31st for the early bird rate

onsite: $205 // offsite: $100