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My Beautiful Girls: Sophia, Rebecca, Hannah, Abigail, and Kayleen.

I spent my weekend as a chaperone at the NWA Beautiful Girls Retreat.  I was blessed to be able to spend the weekend with these fun, sweet, and adorable girls with hearts for Jesus.

 

On Friday night when the girls arrived, we got to know each other a little before hitting the pool.  When they had enough swimming, we went back to the room for our devotion (Psalm 1), pizza, ice-cream, painting, and make-up (lots of it)!

 

On Saturday, speakers poured their heats into these girls.  We had the opportunity to hear so many inspiring and powerful testimonies – including that of Jim Bob & Michelle Duggar.  I am in awe of their faith, obedience, integrity, and passion.  It was a very humbling experience.  If you ever have the opportunity to hear their story, don’t pass it up.

In addition to the speakers, they had a vintage hat tea party, photographer, fashion show,  film premier, crafts, dinner, and worship by Neil & Lauren Greenhaw (including my favorite bass player).

It was an amazing weekend.  I highly recommend the Beautiful Girls Retreat for your families.  I’m looking forward to the day that I can share the experience with my girls.

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