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KY Coach and Spouse Retreat 2017!

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KY Coach and Spouse Retreat 2017!

KY Coach and Spouse Retreat 2017!

Each year on Martin Luther King weekend, coaches from all over the state converge in Lexington, Ky for a time of refreshment, encouragement, and tools for a healthier marriage and family life. 

In 2016 over 75 couples joined us at the Embassy suites. They were free to have a date night, connect with other like-minded coaches, worship, and grow together. 

The bottom line, this weekend is designed to help coaches win on the field AND at home! 

It has been life changing a lot of the people who bite the bullet and go. Here's what a couple of NKY coaches had to say...

"Kim and I really enjoyed the FCA Coach and Spouse Retreat last year!  As teachers and coaches, we have so many demands on our time that it can be really difficult to find the time and energy to spend with each other and to refocus a marriage on Christ.  In 13 years of marriage, this has been the greatest yet and we can attribute that at least in part to the retreat." - HS Coach

"Last year was our first year attending the couples retreat.  It was a great experience that helped make our spiritual relationship stronger not only with Jesus but with each other.  I look forward to attending again this year.  I especially enjoyed listening to the different testimonies helping me realize that we are all just figuring this life thing out as we move forward." - Youth Football Coach

Coaches, you'll be glad you went. It's $100 per couple for night at the Embassy Suites and 2 meals on Monday. This price is made possible by our faithful donors who provide partial scholarships to each each and their spouse. 

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Finally, please pray for our time as we are trusting God to show again in a great way! 

Blessings, 

Nate Sallee

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