Ways you can help, support and be part of the work of Seeking Stillness Ministries.

Prayer
Prayer is one of the most wonderful gifts God has given to us to communicate with Him.  Please be in prayer for this minstry that it remains true to God’s call. That the leadership stays focused and supports the mission.  That attendees will be blessed and grow from attending a retreat.  That God would meet all the needs of the ministry-whatever they may be.  That He may be glorified in all we do.

Supplies
These are the things that we need to keep the ministry running on a day to day basis as well as things needed for the actual retreat weekends.  Please contact Deb Griest debgriest@seekingstillness.org with what you would like to donate before purchasing anything to ensure that we are not already oversupplied in that area.

AAA batteries
White copier paper
Forever Stamps

Monetary Donations
If you would like to be part of this ministry by making a tax deductible monetary donation either for scholarships for future retreats or to the general ministry fund, you can donate online or send a check made out to Seeking Stillness Ministries and mail it to:
Debra Griest
626 Revere Dr.
Bay Village OH 44140
You will receive a receipt for your donation for end of year tax purposes.

Seeking Stillness thanks you and may the Lord richly bless you.

The one who blesses others is abundantly blessed;
those who help others are helped. Proverbs 11:25 (The Message)

TESTIMONIALS

What some past retreat attendees had to say about their Seeking Stillness retreat experience:

“…time to clear my mind and emotional barriers freed me to crawl onto the Lord’s lap and find rest and healing.  I left renewed, hopeful and changed for the better.”

“I was concerned about giving up a weekend in December, but I think it was the perfect start to the holiday season.”

“I really liked that we were allowed to experience God as we needed to as individuals.  This was extremely important and much needed.”

“I liked the laid back atmosphere; there was structure but a great balance between structure and allowing us to do what we needed to be comfortable.”

“This was such a meaningful weekend.  It showed me how important it is to take the time to spend with God.  It was a great time to meet new people, spend time with old friends and worship.”

“The weekend was a true gift and came at a much needed time in my life.  It was well planned and prepared for with great prayer.”