The Keystone – Part One (Julia Schmidt)

I was a guest blogger today on KHC Women, writing about my experience at a recent women’s retreat.

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As we entered into communion at the end of the KHC 2014 Women’s Retreat, Pastor Suzie Lind asked us to ponder the question, “What does it look like to wait confidently in the Lord?” My mind raced back over the past 48 hours as tears of gratitude sprang to my eyes.

I had arrived at the retreat exhausted. When I packed the night before, I realized I didn’t even want to go. My To Do list was too long, too demanding and too uncompleted. I didn’t have time for a retreat.

So every encouragement I heard in the teaching sessions to use my gifting – to be involved with others, to disciple, to reach out – hit the brick wall of my Mighty To Do list and fell flat on the ground. We were asked to think about what negative and sinful attitudes we needed to put off, and what…

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One thought on “The Keystone – Part One (Julia Schmidt)

  1. Diane says:

    What a wonderful and inspiring story! Thank you for sharing!

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