• $55.00 – Program Price

Date & Time Details:
Wednesday, September 25th, 2024
10:30am - 4:00pm

Maximum Attendees : 12

Cancellation Policy: Information

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No One is Left Out: Naming and Claiming Your Spiritual Gifts

With Edgar McCall

September 25, 2024

For all of us, there are times when we are unsure of our ability to serve God. In these moments, we find hope in knowing that the Holy Spirit empowers and guides us. The Spirit gives everyone spiritual gifts—God-given abilities such as serving, encouraging, listening, and many others.

Join us at Well of Mercy for a day retreat, led by Pastor Edgar McCall, dedicated to exploring how to name and claim your spiritual gifts. This retreat aims to help you build up the body of Christ and advance God’s presence in this world.

During our retreat, we will delve into Scripture, specifically Romans 12 and 1 Corinthians 12, which detail various spiritual gifts. Additionally, we will spend time on prayer walks, allowing you to reflect on how to use your unique gifts. Lunch will be provided.

Located in the serene countryside of Hamptonville, NC, Well of Mercy is a sanctuary for those seeking rest and renewal. Surrounded by nature, Well of Mercy offers a peaceful environment ideal for spiritual reflection and growth.

Come and be inspired at Well of Mercy, a place that has touched so many lives, including Pastor McCall’s. Discover how the Holy Spirit has uniquely equipped you to serve and make a difference.

Presenter

Edgar McCall
Pastor Edgar McCall has been a frequent guest at Well of Mercy since 2010.  He has found healing, renewal and rest at Well over the years.  Edgar retired in February, after serving for 35 years in the Presbyterian Church (USA).  He loves the power and presence of the Holy Spirit and draws on that power for daily living and ministry.  His hobbies include walking, reading, ballroom dancing with his wife Noel, and volunteering.
Learn more about Edgar McCall