Dr. Courtney Wilder will lead our annual Women’s Retreat under the topic: ”One Woman, Many Jobs: Living Out our Multiple Vocations.” Along with engaging Bible Study, the retreat will include time for relaxation, yoga, massages, a service project, great meals and snacks, boating, and more... the choice is YOURS as to what you attend! Some things do get better with age! Retreat begins with dinner on Friday and ends with Sunday brunch.
Courtney grew up in Kalispell, Montana, attended the University of Montana as an undergraduate, and earned a Ph.D. in systematic theology from the University of Chicago in 2008. Since then she has taught religion at Midland University, an ELCA institution in Fremont, Nebraska. She teaches courses in theology, biblical studies, and philosophy. Her research includes work on the 20th Century Protestant theologian Paul Tillich, on Christianity and popular culture, and on theology of disability. Her book, Disability, Faith, & the Church: Inclusion & Accommodation in Contemporary Congregations, was published in 2016. She lives in Omaha, Nebraska with her family.
This retreat begins with dinner on Friday and concludes with brunch on Sunday.
June 1-3, 2018
Cost: $145 per person, for women 18 – 108! CEU credits available through NRIT.
Sorry, but no childcare is provided.