LLYC Alumni and Friends Retreat

Catch and Release: Finding Our Place in God’s Story… Reflections from the Book of Jonah
The Book of Jonah is a mercy-saturated dramatization of our calling to come alive to two very important stories—God’s story and our story. God pursues us to make us a character in His story of redeeming love and a carrier of the same story. We are part of God’s catch and release program. Being “caught” by the Lord leads to a life doxology and worship, in response to God’s grace and love lavished on us in the gospel. Being “released” by the Lord leads to a life of mission and service, in view of God’s commitment to redeem his family and make all things new through Jesus.

As with Jonah, our challenge in life is this: Will we find our place in God’s story or will we continue just to give God bit parts in our story? Please join us for the Laity Lodge Youth Camp alumni weekend in which we will engage with this very challenge!

Retreat Dates and Registration Fees
March 30 – April 1 (Friday – Sunday)
Standard: $230
Premium: $280

To register, locate your specific retreat on our Schedule, click “Sign Up Now,” and follow the instructions. Please note that all rates listed are per person.

Plan to arrive at Laity Lodge anytime after 3:00 p.m. on Friday, March 30. The retreat will conclude on Sunday, April 1 at 11:00 a.m., followed by brunch. Click here for directions and how to prepare for your retreat at Laity Lodge.

Speaker
Scotty Smith
Scotty is Founding Pastor of Christ Community Church (PCA) in Franklin, Tennessee. He served there as Senior Pastor for twenty five years, during which time they’ve seen its membership grow to over three thousand, planting four churches along the way.

Scotty invests much of his time as Christ Community Church’s Pastor for Preaching, Teaching and Worship. He also serves as an adjunct professor at Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia, Redeemer Theological Seminary in Dallas, Covenant Theological Seminary in St. Louis, and teaches at Reformed Theological Seminary in Orlando.

The author of six books, his newest is Everyday Prayers: 365 Days to a Gospel-Centered Faith. Click here to view Scotty’s blog and sermons.

Musicians
Andy Gullahorn
Songwriter, guitarist, member of Square Peg Alliance; Nashville, Tennessee.  Click here to visit Andy.

Jill Phillips
Singer/songwriter; Nashville, Tennessee.  Toured extensively with Caedmon’s Call and Bebo Norman.  Her newest release is The Good Things which centers around family, relationships, and faith. For more information, visit Jill’s site.