Should I come alone, or bring my family with me?
You can come alone, or have bonding time with just your wife, or bring your children, too. It's up to you. Our strongest desire is that pastors (and all of us) draw nigh to God, that we take solitude and desperately seek Him with all that is within us. We know that every good gift and every perfect gift is from above, and that He is a rewarder of them that diligently seek Him.
We also understand the importance of coming together, either as a couple, or as a family, and this can be a wonderful place for that, too. There are several wonderful restaurants nearby, as well as some fabulous parks.
What will my day be like there?
Again, our desire is that you get what it is that you need during your stay here, whether that's alone time with the Father, time with your wife, time with your family, or a mixture of those. The schedule for your day is up to you. If you are alone, you may want to spend most of your day in the Chapel, or walking the property, or resting in the Cottage.
For family time, your family can use our bicycles to bike into the Village for a fun outing. You can play games on the property or cook up some s'mores. There are also several parks just a short car ride away.
What should I do about food?
The Cottage has a full kitchen, including a microwave. You may choose to either bring foods to eat or drive off site for your meals.
Is there someone I can talk to while I'm there?
Pastors need someone to talk to, as well. While a pastor is on site, Jeff will be available to meet with him if the pastor so desires. The two of them can fellowship in the Cottage or Chapel together, with Bibles in hand, knowing that everything should be based on His ways.
Are pets allowed?
We realize that some are sweet and adorable, but our policy is NO PETS.
Where are you located?
We are located in Pinehurst, NC.
What is the fee?
Accommodations are free.