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Women’s Retreat

September 25-27


Lisa Anderson

Lisa Anderson is director of young adults for Focus on the Family, the world’s leading Christian organization dedicated to helping families thrive. She manages Boundless, Focus’ ministry for young adults, with the goal of helping 20- and 30-somethings grow up, own their faith, date with purpose and prepare for marriage and family.

She is the author of “The Dating Manifesto: A Drama-Free Plan for Pursuing Marriage with Purpose” and hosts “The Boundless Show,” a national radio program and weekly podcast,  where she leads discussions on timely issues, interviews authors, artists and other newsmakers, facilitates Q&A and volunteers far too much information from her personal life.


Prior to her current role, Anderson served as the director of media and public relations for Focus, building relationships with members of the media and speaking on behalf of the ministry. Her role also included strategic planning, story pitching and writing for Focus’ many initiatives. In addition to her work at Focus on the Family, Anderson has extensive experience in the corporate world and completed an editorial fellowship at Insightmagazine in Washington, D.C. 

Anderson’s writing has been featured in newspapers and magazines. She also contributed to the CNN Belief Blog in an article about soul mates and has been a contributing author to books and curriculum. Anderson appears on numerous radio and TV programs and presents workshops at national conferences. 

She is driven, in part, by interacting regularly with young adults who, because of the cultural impact of divorce, fatherlessness and a Hollywood-inspired view of romance and relationships, have little idea of how to approach dating and marriage from a God-honoring perspective.

When not challenging the next generation on issues involving relationships, faith, career and culture, she enjoys traveling, running, hiking and quoting her mother, who is known to say outrageous things. She loves Jesus, people, ideas and guacamole – in that order.


Lachelle Robinski

Being raised as a “pastor’s kid”, Lachelle has always been involved in ministry. She has led women’s ministry for several years and has been leading worship since 2010. Currently, Lachelle is one of the worship leaders at Lighthouse Church in Connecticut. She also has a passion for missions where she is currently active with ministries in both Haiti and Guatemala.

Lachelle is married to her husband, Greg. They have 3 kids and are also foster parents to 2 kids. They live on a small farm in the “Quiet Corner” of Connecticut.


Schedule Highlights
  • Check-In: Friday 1-6pm
  • Check-Out: Sunday 1pm
  • Early Bird Friday Afternoon Workshops
  • Friday Dinner – Sunday Lunch
  • Two Nights
  • Four Sessions
Activities Availables
  • Annual Talent Show!
  • Teaching Workshops
  • Zumba & Water Zumba
  • Indoor Pool
  • Wagon Rides
  • Archery
  • Hatchet-Throwing
  • Skeet Shooting
  • Campfire and S’mores
  • Frisbee Golf
  • Indoor Mini Golf
  • Mountain Hike
  • Lawn Games
  • Arts & Crafts
  • …and more!

Pricing + Registration


What should I bring?
Bring your:

  1. Bible
  2. notebook and pen
  3. appropriate clothing that will protect you from all types of weather
  4. modest bathing suits for the pool and waterfront
  5. appropriate footwear that you can hike in (hiking boots, sturdy sneakers, etc.)
  6. sleeping bag (or linens), pillow, and toiletries
  7. Snack Shop and activity money
  8. filled out, signed, and dated Medical Form, and all necessary waivers
What should I NOT bring?
The usual – don’t bring weapons, drugs, alcohol, or anything that would harm other guests.