We invite those seeking restoration and sober living tools for a quality lifestyle in sobriety. Our Christ-centered SOBER LIVING Retreats will engage the spirit and all of the senses through our Arts & Nature programs.
An all-inclusive program called “Hearts Hike” gives a taste of art and nature as never experienced before. The programs produce a solid extension of anyone’s existing support program.
Attending and fully participating in these uniquely designed retreats guests will be provided with a life-long army of support added to foundational recovery battle plans already in place.
We are located at the foothills of the North Georgia mountains, just 55 miles North of the Atlanta airport.
Participants will enjoy the following amenities during their stay: spacious farmhouse nestled on 40 acres of hiking trails and pasture, an art barn, teepee, creeks and pond, camping grounds, catch & release fishing, tennis court, basketball, pavilion, picnic areas, and additional 270 acres of hiking trails.
3 Levels of Retreats
LEVEL ONE: Step by Step Retreat
The purpose of this retreat is to equip the participant with creative sober living tools for daily remission for dis-EASE and dis-ORDERS.
LEVEL TWO: Kingdom Retreat
This retreat offers creative mental and physical health solutions for Kingdom living. We teach from a Biblical perspective of following in the footsteps of Christ.
LEVEL THREE: Discipleship Retreat
This retreat format will equip participants with spirit-filled leadership and team-building skills, through working the 12th step of service to others. The fundamental objective is on discipleship, forming an army of hope to live out the Gospel and train others up.
3 Day Retreat Timeline
Arrive beginning at 3pm/dinner on individual’s own schedule this eventing.
Program begins at 7pm. Enjoy an AOL and COH meet and greet dessert gathering in our white farm house. Movie Night.
FRIDAY & SATURDAY
Program begins at 10am and runs until 6pm; Indoor or outdoor accommodations, continental breakfast/lunch/dinner/snacks
Program begins at 10am and runs until 4pm; includes continental breakfast and lunch
July 13-16, September 21-24, November 9-12
March 8-11, May 11-14, July 6-9, September 7-10, November 15-18
Cost: $300 (scholarship applications available)