Rachel Craddock - author of "Slowly Unraveled: Changed from the Inside Out" - will be our guest speaker for this one day retreat - October 3 from 9am-2pm. She’ll share what she has learned as God has slowly unraveled her story: how her mother’s death, her struggle with perfectionism, and her role as a pastor’s wife have unraveled her, revealing her need for Christ.
Rachel will encourage us in practical ways to apply the gospel to our daily lives and have a relationship with the God who unravels us, making our stories new and tightly tied to the redemptive blood of Christ.
Christ Covenant Church Worship Center
Chairs will be distanced to maintain spacing. If you'd like to sit with someone in particular, please note the name when you register.
Face masks are preferred when distance cannot be maintained and anytime one is moving around the church (not when seated during the sessions).
Breakfast & Lunch:
A grab & go breakfast will be available.
We'll enjoy the boxed Tea Room Medley from Apple Cake Tea Room (let us know if you have dietary restrictions) Bring a camp chair and we'll sit outside to enjoy the early fall weather during lunch.
Cost: $25 Sign up here!
Meet Rachel Craddock
Rachel Craddock is a graduate of Eastern Kentucky University (05’ B.A. Education) and a first-grade teacher at heart.
Rachel has been in the PCA since she became a Christian through the ministry of Campus Outreach. She currently serves as the Women’s Ministry Coordinator at North Cincinnati Community Church, is a writer and speaker, and serves as CDM’s Regional Advisor of Women’s Ministry to Mid America. She writes on her blog and speaks at women’s events and retreats out of a desire to encourage women in a relatable way to practically apply the gospel to their daily lives.
Her recent book, "Slowly Unraveled: Changed from the Inside Out,"was written from a heart that desires women to embrace the freedom of the gospel as well as encourage women to cling closely to a daily lifestyle of repentance, faith, and obedience. The gospel doesn’t require perfection, but it does require relationship with a God who unravels the old and makes us new in the redemptive blood of Jesus.
When not busy serving in her community as a substitute teacher in the public schools or parenting her four fun children Ezra (11), Asher (9), Caleb (8), and Lydia Jane (6), Rachel enjoys reading, dark roast coffee, trail running, traveling, date nights, and blogging. She and her family are members of North Cincinnati Community Church in Mason, Ohio where her husband serves as lead pastor.