Adoptive Mom's Retreats

Our retreats are designed to promote opportunities for prayer ministry, quiet times for reflection, creative activities and nurturing friendships. You can expect to worship together and listen to testimonies of grace. 

Every retreat is a unique experience as we do not have a set curriculum. We pray for each and every retreat for the current themes God would have us receive. We invite and involve everyone to their comfort according to their current needs. Come as you are!

What NOT to expect: This is not "conference style". We will not have all of the answers. We won't be formal and you can expect leaders in t-shirts and shorts. 

Our retreat scheduled for November 15-17, 2019 is currently full. Although registration is full, we are seeking scholarships for mom’s who need financial assistance to attend. Cost is $200 per participant, and that includes dinner Friday night, all meals on Saturday, and breakfast on Sunday morning before we depart.

Registration for this November 2019 retreat is full. Please be on the look out for information about our upcoming Spring 2020 adoptive mom’s retreat coming soon.


Bella Vista, AR

At Cedar Lodge in Bella Vista, AR, our mom's experience a weekend filled with fellowship and connection with other moms who understand the hard things they have or are experiencing. Additionally, mom's have the chance to be revitalized as friends pour into them with stories, testimony, and worship. There is time to be alone and quiet, as well as time to gather with friends and enjoy time together. 

Cedar Lodge Bella Vista

Cedar Lodge Bella Vista

Cedar Lodge Bella Vista

Cedar Lodge Bella Vista

If you would like to view more photos and information on the resort where we will be staying, please feel free to click the link below, which will take you to their external web page. You will no longer be on the Grace Haven Families website.

Last year at the women’s retreat, I honestly didn’t go in with high expectations. I was tattered and worn. I didn’t want to be disappointed if God didn’t speak or if I didn’t feel renewed, so I just kept expectations low. I didn’t know what I was in for. I was refreshed, I was given the opportunity to speak into other women and be spoken into, and God showed up in our midst. I will be back and this time, I will come bursting with anticipation!
— Madeline Hutson