Cost is $140
Speaker Erica Wiggenhorn
Contact Stacy MacLaren firstname.lastname@example.org
Women of New Life, join us for our Fall Retreat October 21-23. We will be spending the weekend in the beautiful mountains of Prescott at UCYC – surrounded by amazing Fall Colors! Come join us as we look at our unique part in the story of God’s world. Our theme this year is: ‘Kaleidoscope…reflecting the light of God’s love’. Speaker Erica Wiggenhorn will be leading us in some great teaching and connection with one another as we explore our exclusive part in God’s story.
The cost is $140 ($70 due by September 26th with final payment due no later than October 14). Registration includes 2 nights lodging and all meals from Friday dinner to Sunday breakfast. We will also plan some fun activities again this year.
If you are a high school senior or older, please plan on joining us for an unforgettable weekend, in an unforgettable setting, to worship an unforgettable God!
About Our Speaker
Erica Wiggenhorn writes Bible studies and teaches biblical principles for life change. She’s passionate about God’s Word and its ability to transform us personally, along with our relationships. Her latest release An Unexplainable Life: Recovering the Wonder and Devotion of the Early Church is being released by Moody Publishers in early July, 2016. This expository study takes the reader verse by verse through the first twelve chapters of the book of Acts, exploring the incredible life transformation that occurred in the earliest believers. Her other studies include a trilogy of Every Life Bible studies about Old Testament prophets and how they modeled living with purpose, promise, and power. Ezekiel: Every Life Positioned for Purpose along with Moses: Every Life Proof of God’s Promises and Elijah & Elisha: Every Life Portraying God’s Power are available for sale on her website. With a personable and practical style, Erica teaches these studies and other biblical, life-related topics to groups in the United States and overseas.
Erica also contributed to the book, Hopelifters: Creative Ways to Spread Hope When Life Hurts, and co-wrote the teaching manual for Charis Connections, a discipleship ministry helping women discover biblical womanhood in any age, stage, or season of life. She’s volunteered as a teacher for Alongside Ministries, a group working with the incarcerated community learning to walk with Christ after release from prison. Erica has also worked as a children’s ministry director, and as an elementary teacher. Before this, she graduated from Azusa Pacific University with a double major in Political Science and Business Administration. She also earned an M.A. in Language Acquisition and Development.
Erica lives in Phoenix with her husband, Jonathan, and children, Eliana and Nathan. They attend Desert Springs Community Church, where Erica volunteers with the Charis Women’s Ministry, teaching and serving on its leadership team. She also manages her husband’s medical practice, Estrella Ear Nose & Throat, P. C., but will soon transition into full-time ministry and motherhood. Contact Erica at email@example.com.