Women's Retreat

An Event for Women

Highland Lakes Camp | Spicewood, TX

March 22-23, 2024

What is Women's Retreat?

Weekend Retreat for all Women

This weekend retreat will refresh your heart and mind in the promise of God’s Word. Culture is attacking from every side and feelings of anxiety seem constant. Women, we need each other! This retreat will equip you with practical ideas for how to be intentional in your context from a community of women who are in the trenches with you. Join us as we connect to Jesus Christ, and learn how to better walk by faith and not by sight.

Retreat Speaker

Emma Mae MCDaniel

Coming Soon

Retreat Worship

Ginny Owens

Ginny Owens has spent the past two decades sharing her heart with listeners and readers as a  singer/songwriter, author, teacher, and advocate. Her unique musical style and inspirational  lyrics have transcended genre definition and taken her to diverse venues that include the White  House, the Sundance Film Festival, Lilith Fair and the National Day of Prayer in Washington, D.C.  Ginny has also been an adjunct professor at her alma mater, Belmont University, served as a  worship leader, partnered with non-profits, and authored two books.  

As a toddler, Ginny picked out melodies on the piano before she was able to put words together  in a sentence. Even as vision left her eyes — a degenerative eye condition left Ginny completely  blind by age three — songs began to emerge from her fingertips, providing a window into the  world she could not see.  

Cementing her place in the music scene in 2000, when she was named the Gospel Music  Association’s New Artist of the Year, the multi-award-winning singer/songwriter has recorded  more than ten albums, garnering critical success and chart-topping radio singles and streaming  hits, such as “If You Want Me To,” “Free,” “Stand With Me” (feat. Resound), and “Echo.” Ginny  has composed for such artists as Michael Card, Michael W. Smith, JJ Heller, and Rachael Lampa.  “Fly Away,” a song she co-wrote with David Das for the independent film Trafficked, made the  short list to be considered for the 2018 Academy Awards ballot (Best Original Song in a Motion  Picture). Her recent set of EPs, entitled Expressions I and II (November, 2020; February, 2021),  have amassed millions of streams. And in May, 2021, Ginny released her first EP of modern  hymns and praise songs, Sing Hope in the Darkness.  

Not all Ginny’s words are set to music. Her first solo-authored book, Singing in the Dark: Finding  Hope in the Songs of Scripture (David C. Cook, 2021), released on May 1st. By sharing her  personal story, as well as stories from Scripture, Ginny takes readers on a journey to find hope  amidst their own challenges.  

May 1st was also the release date for Faithful, an all-female artist and author book and album  collaboration, which, in addition to Ginny, includes such women as Amy Grant, Ann Voskamp,  Trillia Newbell, Ellie Holcomb, and Christy Nockels. Ginny contributed a chapter to the book, and  co-wrote multiple songs on the album.  

Ginny’s previous books include Love Be the Loudest: Hearing God’s Voice Above the Noise, a  fourteen-day devotional (2017), and Transcending Mysteries (Harper Collins, 2015), co-authored  with Andrew Greer. 

Ginny also hosts a popular video blog entitled, “How I See It.” In it, she offers viewers a look at  the ins-and-outs of daily life as a blind person. In November 2016, Ginny launched the Love Be 

the Loudest campaign, an initiative that donates a portion of her album sales to non-profit  organizations dedicated to bringing hope to the world. 

Born and raised in Jackson, Mississippi, Ginny moved to Nashville, Tennessee to attend Belmont  University, and made her home in Music City for many years. She now lives in New York City,  where she is in her final year of seminary for a Master of Biblical Studies.

Tentative Schedule

What to expect


4:30 pm | Check In Begins

5:30 pm | Dinner

7:00 pm | Session One

8:30 pm | Church Group Time

9:00 pm | Fellowship


8:00 am | Breakfast

9:00 am | Session Two

10:30 am | Breakouts 

11:30 am | Lunch

1:00 pm | Breakouts

2:00 pm | Free Time

3:00 pm |  Session Three

4:30 pm | Dismiss

Event Packages

Price Per Person

Option 1: $95 – Friday only (No lodging)

Option 2: $95 – Saturday only (No lodging)

Option 3: $130 – Friday & Saturday (No lodging)

Option 4: $165 – Friday & Saturday with bunkhouse lodging

Option 5: $170 – Friday & Saturday with motel lodging (Triple occupancy)

Option 6: $175 – Friday & Saturday with motel lodging (Double occupancy)

Option 7: $195 – Friday & Saturday with motel lodging (Single occupancy)