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West Grace Ministries Brings Whats In Your Heart To Richmond VA Hyatt House (Short Pump Mall)

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April 29, 2014 /MM-Pixxfly/ —

West Grace Ministries ( http://www.westgraceministries.org/programs/individuals ) is proud to announce that the next highly anticipated “Whats In Your Heart” women’s spiritual retreat in the 2014 Christian Interactive Workshop series has guests from over 7 churches attending in Short Pump.

The event will be held in Richmond, VA on Friday, May 2nd (7:00 PM – 9:30 PM) and Saturday, May 3rd (9:00 AM – 4:00 PM), 2014, at the Hyatt House Richmond –West (Short Pump Mall). Praise and worship music provided by special guests and acclaimed Virginia based Christian singer/songwriters Matt and Sarah Rapach.

Beginning on Friday evening and continuing all day Saturday, attendees will get to work directly with Ministry co-founder Karen Bossieux & Rev. Cathee Miles, to begin, restore, or mature their own personal relationship with God. This event is essential for women desiring to examine their hearts and draw into a closer purpose driven relationship with their Creator.

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About What’s In Your Heart

What’s In Your Heart is a women’s only spiritual retreat and seminar that is part of West Grace Ministries Christian Interactive Workshop series. The retreat offers women a safe, secure environment that promotes sharing and self reflection. Guests leave with a refreshed spiritual direction and Christian purpose.

What’s In Your Heart revolves around the word HEART, with each letter representing a segment of the retreat:

H = Holy Spirit

E = Expectations

A = Attitude

R = Repentance

T = Trust

The essential theme of the retreat is that from our hearts spring our desires, passions, affections, motives, and ultimately our decisions. Tickets to this What’s In Your Heart event are $60.00 and includes lunch (attendees do not have to stay at the hotel to attend).

Attendees may register on-line at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/what-is-in-your-heart-tickets-7057496161?ref=ecal#, or mail checks to West Grace Ministries, 5127 W. Grace Court, Williamsburg, VA 23188, or by calling 757.253.7976.

Guests desiring to stay overnight may contact the Hyatt House Richmond – West, 11800 W. Broad Street, at Short Pump Mall by calling 804.360.7021. Rates include complimentary full breakfast. (Event guests do not have to stay at the hotel to attend the retreat)

About West Grace Ministries

Karen and Terry Bossieux founded West Grace Ministries, a Williamsburg, Virginia based Christian organization, in order to strengthen relationships, based on Christian principles, as shown through the Bible. The organization’s purpose is to show God’s love to mankind through learning activities which strengthen marriages, families and Christian businesses (relationships).

2014 events are currently scheduled in Virginia and Michigan. The organization believes that learning is better in fairly small groups. Most sessions have no more than 10-15 participants, except for the What’s in Your Heart program. This approach allows staff members to better understand the conditions that the participants are experiencing in their current relationships and to respond to their specific needs during the programs.

Contact Info

Name: Terry and Karen Bossieux

Organization: West Grace Ministries

Phone: 757.253.7976

Address: 5127 W. Grace Court, Williamsburg, VA 23188

For more information about us, please visit http://www.pressadvantage.com/story/82

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