OUR NEXT RETREATS
Sacred Conversations with God;
A Journaling Journey
February 6th, 2021
"From the shining cloud the Father's voice is heard: This is my beloved son, hear Him. - Matthew 17:5"
Our annual listening retreat teaches One Simple Voice’s contemplative journaling program in this webinar, guiding you to hear God’s voice in conversation every day. This beautiful conversation allows your deeper relationship with God to grow. One can hear meaning and purpose clearly when one listens to God’s voice. Frannie Rose and Bishop Richard Hanifen will focus on instructing you how to begin this journaling conversation. There will be intensive time for reflection so you can practice listening. Beginning this practice opens up a beautiful new contemplative life where you are guided by God each day and can hear God when you call to Him. Don’t miss this one; it is a life changer!
About the Presenters
CO-FOUNDER, PRESENTER, SPIRITUAL TEACHER
Author, Speaker, and Spiritual teacher Frannie Rose, founded ONE SIMPLE VOICE in 2009 as a means to follow God’s will when he spoke the words to her, ”Teach them to hear me.” Frannie Rose inspires others to find the deep sense of peace and joy that come from discovering God's voice. She shares her own miraculous inner transformation, by helping others recognize the gifts within the difficulties in their lives, learning to hear God speak, and opening the doors to His infinite wisdom. She speaks and leads spiritual retreats throughout Colorado and works with both lay people and clergy, individually. Frannie holds a Master’s Degree in Speech and Language Communications and is the author of the acclaimed book, The Invitation: Uncovering God’s Longing to be Heard.
Bishop Richard (Dick) Hanifen
CO-FOUNDER, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, SPIRITUAL DIRECTOR
Bishop Richard (Dick) Hanifen, presenter and Executive Director, was the founding Bishop of the new Diocese of Colorado Springs in 1984 (retired in 2003). Prior to this role, Bishop Hanifen was assigned the Episcopal Vicar to the Southern Region of the Archdiocese of Denver. He was ordained as an auxiliary Bishop of Denver in 1974. Bishop Hanifen received a Masters degree in Guidance and Counseling from Catholic University in 1966.