Catalyst Womens Retreat

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Catalyst Womens Retreat

A unique, one-of-a kind retreat. It is designed to let you unplug from the world and equip you to connect deeper with God.

By FBC Wellston

When and where

Date and time

March 24 · 6pm - March 25 · 4pm CDT


Camp Cargill – Oklahoma Assemblies Of God Campground 347489 East 990 Road Sparks, OK 74869

Refund Policy

Refunds up to 1 day before event
Eventbrite's fee is nonrefundable.

About this event

Your ticket includes:

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~ Swag bag

~ 1 night lodging

~ Conference

~ Meals

The location is in the beautiful & quiet country side. You will have opportunities to spend time alone with God, as well as connect with other like minded, christian women.

We are so honored to have an amazing worship leader, Marcy Priest with us this weekend as well as our special guest, Dr. Jennisue Jessen will guide you in becoming a Catalyst in your home, church and community.

Must be over 18 to attend.

Marcy Priest is a worship leader, songwriter and recording artist born and raised right here in Oklahoma. She has both served and guest led at many churches and events in our area and beyond over the years.

She currently serves as a Worship Leader at Victory Church in Edmond, OK as well as part of CNOW (City Night of Worship). Marcy is a wife to Bryan and mom to 5, including 2 littles and 3 adult children.

Her heart’s desire is for healing and ministry to overflow to those around her from the continued pursuit and Presence of the Lord. Marcy is so excited about what God is doing in and thru FBC Wellston, OK. This is only the very beginning!

Marcy is honored to join us this weekend!

With more than 25 years of experience in the field of human trafficking, Jennisue Jessen knows intimately the depths of trauma a body can endure. She was sold into the sex trade at age 4 by her grandfather, but God provided for her rescue and escape after a failed suicide attempt at age 17. Through the years of brutality, justice was woven into her DNA. Rather than being defined by her traumatic childhood, Jennisue uses her lived experience to inform and ignite cultural and systemic impact in the counter-trafficking movement. She is passionate about inspiring others to transform their own trauma into triumphant joy.

Jennisue holds a Ph.D. in Educational Leadership. She is the Founder & CEO of Compass 31, an international counter-trafficking organization, and the creator of Echoes of Eden Collective, a social enterprise that funds her charitable work through a luxury, vegan, skincare line.

On January 5, 2021, Jennisue was appointed by President Trump to serve on the U.S. Advisory Council on Human Trafficking where she utilizes her experience to help inform federal counter-trafficking policy.

About the organizer

Organized by
FBC Wellston
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