FALL RETREAT 2020.

2 LOCATIONS.

WHERE WILL YOU BE FEARLESS?

When: Oct. 23-25, 2020 

 

Where:  Blue Ridge Assembly, Black Mountain, N.C.

What's Happening: Join us as we take a closer look at being fearless in

pursuing a life of godliness as young men and women in today's culture. 

Mac and Grace Johnson will be our speakers.

 

Who: 7th through 12th graders

 

Cost: $125 per person
Includes retreat materials, lodging, meals, for Saturday breakfast and dinner (lunch on your own) and Sunday breakfast.

Participants will have access to the following activities on campus:

       Climbing walls                          Archery                    

       High Ropes Course                  Indoor gym

       Low Ropes Course                   Tennis courts

       Mountain Biking                        Disc golf

For an additional fee, groups can take advantage of the following activities in the Asheville area:

       All-day or half-day rafting on the French Broad River (with lunch)

       Ashville fun depot indoor/outdoor amusement park (with pizza meal included)

       Ashville zipline

 

To Register and Receive Pricing Information Contact:

Tim Wilson

Nexstep Travel

800.275.2095

Please let Tim know you are calling about the North Carolina Baptist Fall Retreat.


When: November 13-15, 2020 

 

Where:  N.C. Baptist Assembly at Fort Caswell, Oak Island, N.C.

What's Happening: The speaker will be Shane Pruitt, director of evangelism 

with the Southern Baptists of Texas Convention.  He will be discussing his book 9

Common Lies Christians Believe: And Why God's Truth Is Infinitely Better. 

 

Who: 7th through 12th graders

 

Cost: $167.50 per person
Includes retreat materials, lodging and four meals.

More Info and Registration: 

 

 

 

 


For More Information:  Contact the Youth Evangelism and Discipleship Office at 800-395-5102 ext. 5566 or Youth.Disciplemaking@ncbaptist.org.

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