If you’ve read A Friend of the King, you’ll remember that I made a big point of starting some new habits or disciplines to become a better friend of the King, and to improve your spiritual sensitivity and hearing ability. Dallas Willard in his book The Spirit of the Disciplines made the statement that “solitude is the most important spiritual discipline and the the hinge of all the others.”
I believe that’s true and never more so than in our rushed, crowded times. That’s why I love, support, and look for places like Oaks Manor Retreat Center near Fort Smith. It’s a short drive to the north, and although it’s close you will feel like you’re in a remote setting. It’s designed and provided for people like you to “come aside, and rest for awhile.” To seek the Lord in a quiet and undistracted setting.
On Sunday, June 30th at 6:00 p.m., there’s an excellent opportunity for you to get better acquainted. Please take advantage of this event to look Oaks Manor over, mingle with some like-minded people, and plan on coming back by yourself or with a few friends. For event details, click here: Oaks-Manor.pdf
“He will be the sure foundation for your times, a rich store of salvation and wisdom and knowledge; the fear of theLord is the key to this treasure.” Isaiah 33:6 NIV