Women's Retreat 2019
Dates: November 1st & 2nd, 2019
Place: Carol Joy Holling Camp, Ashland, NE
Speaker: Patty Culbertson
Join the women of Southview for the Annual Fall Retreat in Ashland. Everything about this weekend is unique and special from our location at the Carol Joy Holling Camp to our new, fun activities.
Retreat Details and Registration form will be available in Fall 2019.
Patty Culbertson is a believer and follower of Jesus Christ, is the wife of Matt Culbertson, and the Mom of Rachel, age 22, and Philip, age 19.
Patty has a Masters of Marriage and Counseling from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and currently works as a Case Manger Therapist for COMTREA, a Department of Mental Health Agency in Jefferson County Missouri.
Patty and her family currently live in Festus, MO where Matt is the Pastor of Faith Baptist Church and Patty serves on the Worship Team, Women’s Ministry Team, and serves in the Nursery. She enjoys music and spending time with her family. Her passion is to worship God with her whole heart through total obedience and to encourage others to do the same.
Elizabeth M. Anderson
Elizabeth is a former Academic and Life Coach from Union College, a private institution where she was employed for 16 years. Life events have moved her into another season in her life in which she is writing an autobiography, a musical, and several devotional books. She felt led by God to go to Washington, DC, to do a 7-day prayer walk called the “Jericho Walk of Faith” around the United States Capitol Building. Plans are to return to Washington in 2018 for another walk.
She is a member of the choir and praise team at the Allon Chapel in Lincoln. Most notably, she has sung with the world-renowned Aeolians from Oakwood College (now Oakwood University) in Huntsville, AL; the very accomplished Abendchor Choir, a traveling group from Abendmusik; and IMAGES, a gospel recording ensemble that had traveled widely and was a part of the Nebraska Arts Council touring circuit. Elizabeth has wholeheartedly dedicated her life to serving God and prays that anyone who sees her will see the light of Christ.
Joann’s life has been about music ever since her parents taught her and her brothers to sing as a part of the family circle at morning and evening worship. Her nurturing church family encouraged youth participation in worship, and she served as organist, pianist, and member of the sanctuary choir from age 12. She recorded an album with the Trebleaires, a trio of young ladies, at age 13. For a number of years, music was her vocation.
After graduating Union College with a Bachelor’s degree in Music Education, she worked as a vocal and instrumental teacher in schools. She performed with the Omaha Opera Company chorus and was alto soloist in Handel’s Messiah. Her career path led her out of professional music into educational administration and elementary teaching, but she stills enjoys music ministry. One of her favorite pursuits is writing music for children, and she has composed more than 200 memory verse songs, commissioned and published.
Mark your calendars and invite your girlfriends!