Freshmen retreats

Starting college can be intimidating. There's a

lot of new and a lot of unknown...

These retreats exists to help freshmen start strong and on a solid foundation. We know they have place on their campus and we want to help them find it. We're here to connect them to other freshmen, and to upperclassmen who have been in their shoes and who want to walk alongside them. We want to equip them with knowledge to help navigate college well, but more than that, a deeper understanding and love of the Lord that will be their true foundation. We want them to leave the retreat with confidence in where the Lord has placed them, connected to Christ-centered community, and equipped to make an impact for Christ during their college career and for the rest of their lives.

The oaks retreat

A retreat for incoming Auburn, Southern Union, and Tuskegee freshmen with the purpose of building friendships and connecting with churches and ministries before stepping foot on campus.

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the chimes retreat

A retreat for incoming University of Alabama, Shelton State and Stillman College freshmen with the purpose of building friendships and connecting with churches and ministries before stepping foot on campus.

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The living stones 
retreat

A retreat for incoming Troy freshmen with the purpose of building friendships and connecting with churches and ministries before stepping foot on campus.

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the grove retreat

A retreat for incoming Ole Miss freshmen with the purpose of building friendships and connecting with churches and ministries before stepping foot on campus.

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The arch 
retreat

A retreat for incoming UGA and surrounding Athens area college freshmen with the purpose of building friendships and connecting with churches and ministries before stepping foot on campus.

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