Howdy, folks. You may notice it’s been slightly quieter around these parts the last few weeks. There’s a reason for that!

For those unaware, we just held our second annual YOBBERS retreat for our financial supporters and community members on Patreon. The last few weeks involved a ton of time and energy pouring into this past weekend, and now we find ourselves catching our breath in the aftermath.

As a result, the blog hasn’t been as “regular” as usual. Don’t worry; we’ll get back on track soon enough! In the weeks to come, we’ll be premiering some recaps and reflections from the authors who attended our retreat. We look forward to sharing some of our personal and collective experiences from an incredible weekend together.

Stay tuned!

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    5 Comments
    • Reply WaveDave

      23 May 2019, 7:14 pm

      I will look forward to it all! Wish i could have gone, but that is out of the question. Are any of you planning on attending Revoice this year?

      • Reply John Stevens

        24 May 2019, 5:25 am

        I know Mike R is going, and I still hope to go if I can get the finances in place.

        • Reply WaveDave

          28 May 2019, 10:02 pm

          Hope you can go John. I understand about the finances…I am of limited means, so I don’t think I’ll ever get to go, but I will be there in spirit!

      • Reply Thomas Mark Zuniga

        24 May 2019, 10:22 am

        A good number of us will be there, yes. We’ll be sure to debrief our experience on the blog once again.

        • Reply WaveDave

          28 May 2019, 10:02 pm

          Happy many of you are going. I am sure it will be a blessing…looks like some great speakers and workshops planned. And…you are meeting at Union Station, if I am mistaken. I was there once and it is beautiful. At that time, they had a fantastic mall/entertainment venue in the old trainshed, but I think all of that part has closed, which is too bad as it was a terrific place to visit. May the Lord bless all who go and may you come back encouraged and uplifted…

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