Spiritual and Personal Retreats

Ken Nabi

Regional President

  • Church & pastoral health
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  • Discipleship & spiritual formation

Having spiritual/personal retreat can be a spiritually invigorating experience.  Here are some ideas and resources to help you as you consider this vital discipline to advance your journey with Christ.

  • Consider an 8 hour period of time as a minimum.  If you can get away for 24 hours or more, so much the better
  • Find a place that is comfortable, quiet, and will help you to focus on Christ, Scripture, and prayer
  • Additional resources that can help you discover a more meaningful retreat experience can include: some worship CD’s that can draw your heart toward God, prayer walking which can help offer variety through the day, journeling which can prompt thoughts and reflection, reading Scripture out loud, fasting to help you focus on God, and other prayer and personal Bible study resources.

Ken Nabi, Regional President

Ken Nabi has served as the Regional President for Converge Great Lakes since 2016. He earned a Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School and worked as a Marriage and Family Therapist before enjoying 21 years as a pastor at Community Church of Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. Ken is a strategic leader focusing on movements and reproducible systems. Community Church of Fond du Lac planted five churches during his tenure, and those churches helped plant seven more churches.

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