November 6-8, 2020 


Come and join us for an impactful weekend with other like-minded women as we seek the Lord together and adventure in His incredible Creation.  This is one of our favorite weekends of the year and we thank the Lord in advance for how He will minister to us this November!


Friday Night Coffee House: Sip warm drinks and mingle by the fire at our low-key social 7-10 pm

Starlight Night: Bring your flashlight or headlamp, warm layers, and your snow boots!


Adventures: Past adventures have included rappelling, canoeing, hiking, and the tyrolean traverse. We work hard to provide positive experiences for everyone's level of ability/comfort.

Musical Worship: Praise God together for all He has done in our lives.

Fresh Menu: Nothing brings people together like good food!

Contemplative Prayer Stations: Space to quiet oneself and sit in the presence of God.

What to bring: Warm waterproof layers (top and bottom), lace-up sturdy shoes for hiking, wool socks, warm base layers, insulating layer (fleece, down, synthetic, wool etc.), comfortable clothes to move and relax in, inside shoes/slippers, bedding (pillow, sleeping bag/blankets), Bible and journal.


Who: Ladies ages 16-96

Where: Frontier Lodge, in the amazing Rocky Mountains near Nordegg, AB.

Registration: Registration opens September 21.

Times: Arrive at 7 pm on Friday and Leave on Sunday after Lunch.


Carmen Joy Imes (Ph.D. Wheaton) is an associate professor of Old Testament at Prairie College, in Three Hills, Alberta. A graduate of Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, she is the author of Bearing YHWH's Name at Sinai.

Carmen and her husband, Danny, have served overseas as missionaries with SIM. They have three children. Carmen is an active member of the Evangelical Theological Society, the Institute for Biblical Research, the Society of Biblical Literature, and the Canadian Society of Biblical Studies. Although she enjoys hanging out with other Bible geeks at conferences, her passion is to help the Bible come alive for laypeople.


Carmen blogs at www.carmenjoyimes.blogspot.com, Christianity Today, and The Well (InterVarsity). She also releases weekly Torah Tuesday videos on her YouTube channel


Theme: Courageous

women of the exodus    

Moses is the central character of the book of Exodus, but if not for the courageous women who save him again and again, he never could have brought Israel out of Egypt.


Each of these women -- midwife, mother, sister, daughter, wife, neighbor -- has something to teach us about how to navigate a world plagued by injustice.


Come join us for a weekend to remember as we explore the stories of these audacious women and ask God for the courage to follow in their footsteps.