“In silence all our usual patterns assault us. That’s why most of us give up rather quickly. When Jesus was led into the wilderness the first things to show up were the wild beasts.”
Landmarks describe breakthrough places of the heart and mind in the general order in which they tend to show up. Some of the landmarks include letting go of idols, overcoming scars, walking away from sexual sin, grasping your identity, fighting your battle, bonding with Christ, and choosing God first.
That’s precisely why we’re inviting you to come away with us on this men’s retreat. If you feel stuck out there on the highway of humanity and need some tried and true spiritual direction, join us for this Landmarks retreat hosted by The SoulCare Project and facilitated by our friend Bill Delvaux, author of a brand new book, Landmarks, Turning Points on Your Journey Toward God.
The SoulCare Project is a ministry dedicated to providing leaders intentional space for rest and communion with Christ. Our desire is to offer a safe place for Christian leaders to experience the quiet assurance of God’s love. Attendees will have the rare opportunity to set aside the busy and productive life in order to hear God’s voice through stillness.
We have invited long-time teacher and first-time author Bill Delvaux to share his landmark story and lead us through nine different spiritual markers that must be encountered in order to live the full life that Jesus has planned for us. Bill holds degrees from Duke University and Trinity Evangelical Seminary and now leads Landmark Journey Ministries as a full time speaker, retreat leader, and small group coach helping others on the journey of life.
Bill began working with many fatherless young men as a high school Bible teacher and coach. That eventually led into working with fathers and sons and finally into working with men of all ages. He then found himself teaching and coaching men in both small and large group settings, using his experiences to help them in their journey to become real men, men who know God intimately. Bill and his wife have two daughters.