Aug 20 2022


Eastern Time
10:00 am - 1:00 pm



Soul Care Retreat: Great is Your Mercy

When God describes His own character to Moses on Mount Sinai, the first aspect God names is merciful. Being in such great need of mercy ourselves, this retreat is an opportunity to meditate on the mercy of God and to consider how merciful God is towards sinners. Receiving mercy will renew us to be merciful to those who need to see and experience God’s mercy through us.

This is a 3-hour online soul care retreat. We will spend our time together roughly as follows:

10 AM – intro, brief sharing, teaching, and contemplative Bible reading as a group 11 AM – silence and solitude – for deeper reflection alone 12 PM – worship and sharing as a group

Space is limited to  20 participants and the Registration Deadline is Friday 8/19/2022, 12 PM (noon) Eastern Time.

Online via ZOOM

Sat, Aug. 20, 10:00 am – 1:00 pm (Eastern Daylight Time)


Jeremy Stefano

Have any questions? Contact Chrissy Chang with Leadership Transformations, Inc (LTI).

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Jeremy Stefano

Director of Emmaus, Director of Abide, & Minister of Spiritual Formation

Jeremy offers spiritual direction, leads retreats, teaches on spiritual formation topics and serves as the director of Emmaus, a Certificate Program in Formational Leadership, and Abide, a Certificate Program in Spiritual Formation. He also works with students of Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary at the Pierce Center for Disciple-Building. The heartbeat of Jeremy’s calling is to encourage Christian leaders in the cultivation of their relationship with God. He has served various churches as pastor and interim pastor. He and Bethany, his wife of 35 years, have been blessed with eight children and five grandchildren. They make their home in Massachusetts. He has a Licentiate in Theology from the Cape Town Baptist Seminary in South Africa, a Master of Arts in Theological Studies from Regent College in Canada and a D.Min. in Leadership and Spiritual Formation from Portland Seminary in Portland, OR. “Friendships have been a source of grace in my life. It is a gift to serve in LTI alongside those who value the priority of rich and enduring relationships with each other.

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Mitzi Mak

Selah-West Faculty

Mitzi started her professional life as a high school social studies teacher. She and her husband Jerry then served cross-culturally for ten+ years, living abroad first in India and then Kurdistan, N. Iraq. In addition to being a Spiritual Director, she now serves as a Formation and Care pastor in her local church in Houston, TX. She has graduated from LTI’s Selah Spiritual Direction training as well as LTI’s Emmaus Formational Leadership Program.

Mitzi enjoys engaging conversation, reading fiction, doing jigsaw/crossword puzzles, ocean gazing and exploring the world with Jerry through food and travel.

God has two main callings in Mitzi’s life: to care for those who care for others and to be a guide in helping others have a healthy relationship with the Trinity – recognizing God’s loving presence and activity in their lives and how to faithfully respond.

Selah was a transformative experience for me – allowing the contemplative within to emerge and to beautifully co-exist with my extraverted personality.