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 Retreats & Webinars

OUR NEXT RETREAT!

Saturday, November 18th
Entering the Sacred; A Deeper Journey with God

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“Is anybody listening? Where are you, God? Am I alone? I want to know you, God.” Are you wishing for profound companionship in your life Wishing for someone who might listen to you, giving you words of love and compassion? Do you want to deeply feel God’s presence?

Are you feeling God, but wishing more closeness with Him? Our journeys with God go through times of warmth and times we cool to Him. Like the moth and the flame, we move toward God and then away. Learning to hear His voice, helps feed our connection. It grows our relationship. Knowing how to grow this conversation is a wondrous new beginning.

 

"Call to me and I will answer you, and will tell you great and hidden things that you have not known" – Jeremiah 33:3

 

Join Bishop Hanifen and Frannie Rose for a beautiful day of reflection, teaching and discussion guiding you through your interior journey to a deeper relationship with God. Hear God and learn what is needed to fuel this journey. Listen to others who hear His voice who are experiencing much of what you are. Make the space on this lovely day by exploring your miraculous relationship with God.

 

Thanks to our Retreat Sponsors:

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930AM - 3:30PM
Mt. Carmel Veteran's Service Center
530 Communication Circle
Colorado Springs, CO 80905

Cost $15 (Scholarships for those in need)
Lunch Included
Donations Cordially Encouraged
Retreats after Nov 18th, 2023
2024 - The Kathy Hybl Memorial Retreat Series
Feb 3rd (Discovering God's Voice)
April 5th (Change is Go(o)d)
Sept 20th (The Power of Surrender)
July 13th (Embracing Truth; Transcending Judgement and Blame)
Nov 2nd (The Power of Forgiveness)

Grab a book before the next retreat!

Do you ever wish you could hear God?

As you've faced hard challenges in your life, have you imagined conversing with God?

Would you like to ask God questions  and hear His gentleness and kindness speaking directly to you?

Do you wish to know the meaning and purpose of your life?

Learn to hear God's voice.

Perhaps you've gone to church all your life peached the scriptures, and read of others who have had or sought the wisdom of a spiritual mentor, yet still  your heart longs for more.

Arising from her extraordinary journey with God, Frannie Rose inspires  students across the world to live in conversation and in union with God.  His voice is what she heard  as she emerged, miraculously, from seventeen years bedridden with illness and as she embarked on a new, awe-inspiring journey with Him.

In "Teach Them to Hear Me," A Guide to Conversing with God, Frannie Rose guides readers, step by step, through a contemplative journaling technique God shared with her for engaging in daily and increasingly deeper conversations with Him.

When  readers  say "yes" to this beautiful journey, they will experience what Frannie's many students have discovered: how to find inner peace  with God; how to uncover meaning, purpose, and fulfillment through His answers; and how to gift the world with their newfound peace.

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Frannie Rose 

CO-FOUNDER, PRESENTER,

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

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 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 books, The Invitation: Uncovering God’s Longing to be Heard. and Teach Them to Here Me, A guide to conversing with God.

Bishop Richard (Dick) Hanifen 

CO-FOUNDER, SPIRITUAL DIRECTOR, BOARD MEMBER

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.

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