This experience is inspired by John & Stasi Eldredge’s book Captivating. In her heart, every woman longs to be romanced, to play an irreplaceable role in a grand adventure, and to unveil a beauty that is hers alone to share. God places these desires in a woman’s heart to help her discover who she is meant to be, the role that is hers to play and to draw her more deeply into His heart.

GOD is after the hearts of women, freeing us to be what we are: passionate, alive, free, living from the heart and not living from the list of “should haves” and “ought tos” that have left so many of us tired, bored and in a spiritual malaise. God is pursuing, rescuing and unalterably changing the lives and hearts of women around the world.

Hearts of Beauty is an experience designed with one primary objective: to restore the hearts of women through a real encounter with God. This three-day journey is hosted in a setting of beauty and tranquility and is designed to recapture our hearts. Through teaching sessions, films, and guided periods of reflection, we will show you that the “more” you have been longing for in life is available! This is more than a retreat – it is an expedition of the heart. The women who attend will never be the same.

Financial contributions are available for those who would like to attend but may need help with expenses. If you would like more information about what financial contributions we have available, please email Joy@HeartsOfBeauty.org.

 

I don’t know how to begin to describe or put into words this experience. My heart has been filled! My love tank has been so desperately low. Thank you all for guiding me.

Heather

It was comforting to hear others’ testimonies and to realize that people, especially women, share so many of the same struggles, insecurities and longings. I appreciate the courage and strength of each speaker as they shared their stories.

Vanessa

My heart was re-awakened and re-charged; unhardened. I learned a lot about myself, my strengths & weaknesses. I learned that being controlling is not a virtue; who knew!?

Kelly