The blizzard was coming down in full force at this point. I again questioned whether this was a bad idea. After driving several miles on a snowy backroad and my car slipping a couple times, I thought about turning around. But something in me kept me going. By Adam Henrichs, Creatio Executive Director Solo camping! […]
Our mission is to guide all people to encounter the beauty of creation and the Creator through service to the poor, mission trips, outdoor adventure and care for creation.
Choose Your Own Adventure
Join fellow young adult women for a fun FREE weekend excursion to the beautiful Moab area! Camp in some of the coolest desert landscape in the United States, while spending quality time away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life!
Join us for two weeks on pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela. Silence and serenity join you on this incredible pilgrimage through the Spanish countryside and quiet medieval villages. The Camino interrupts the routine of daily life while strengthening your relationship with yourself, God and others.
Serve the poor in one of the most beautiful places on the planet, where Giant Tortoises and Blue-footed Boobies roam. The experience will include a service project, daily reflection time, snorkeling, day trip adventures and much more.
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