Spiritual Refreshment and Fellowship in the Colorado Mountains

March 2, 2024 – March 9, 2024

82 Tomahawk Lane, Breckenridge, Colorado 80424, US

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Each morning will begin with a lively discussion of an episode from Faith Prescriptions moderated by Dr. Bill Griffin.  The rest of the day is free for skiing, snow shoeing, and other forms of mountain exploration.  Three evenings during the week will include a group dinner at the Lodge, followed by interactive sessions moderated by Rev. Bill Reichart and designed to grow our resilience to the challenges of living out the Gospel in difficult days.  Fellowship will be sweet on the slopes, around the dinner tables, and by the fireside.  And what better place to grow closer to God than in the midst of the beautiful Rocky Mountains!

All the bedrooms in Tomahawk Lodge have been reserved.  If you would like to join us, please secure your own accommodations nearby.  In addition, you are welcome to contact julie.irmeger@cmda.org to be added to the cancellation list for a room in the Lodge.  Even though the Lodge rooms are filled, as of Sept 19 we still have room for 10 more adults to register for the conference.

Healthcare Professional – CMDA member: $395

Spouse of Healthcare Professional CMDA member: $0

Healthcare Professional – Non-member of CMDA: $495

Spouse of Healthcare Professional CMDA Non-member: $0

Children 5 years and under: $10

Children 6-18 years: $45 each

Bedroom in Tomahawk Lodge: $2,400

Discounted lift tickets:  Purchase through Epic Local Pass

 

Cancellation Policy is as follows:

100% by October 31, 2023

50% by December 31, 2023

No refund after January 1, 2024

All the bedrooms in Tomahawk Lodge have been reserved.  If you would like to join us, please secure your own accommodations nearby.  In addition, you are welcome to contact julie.irmeger@cmda.org to be added to the cancellation list for a room in the Lodge.  Even though the Lodge rooms are filled, as of Sept 19 we still have room for 10 more adults to register for the conference.

The Tomahawk Lodge is a large, comfortable, in-town, 5200+ square foot home in the Warriors Mark Area of Breckenridge. Located in a pretty residential location and nestled among pine & aspen trees, the neighborhood is quiet but within easy reach of the ski lifts on the free town shuttle which picks up nearby. It is a pleasant and easy 15-minute stroll to Main Street and downtown Breckenridge.

Tomahawk has been finished with wood detail and abounds with Native American, Southwestern and Colorado style art. The home boasts a lounge/great room with a 42″ LCD TV, formal dining for up to 20 and three well equipped kitchens, one with granite counter tops. The fabulous leisure facilities include: a private outdoor hot tub, sauna, pool table, hi-speed wireless internet access, ping pong and foosball tables, dart board, a big selection of board games, books, and DVDs, plus a gaming table.

There is a two-car garage with parking for up to another 8-10 vehicles in the driveways, a good-sized fenced yard and several large sunny decks with gas grill and patio furniture (summer only).

THE BEDROOMS: All Bedrooms are themed and feature their own flat screen TV and hairdryer.

Room 1: The ‘RC Gorman’ Room – Queen bed plus day bed and trundle, LCD TV, private bath/shower, vanity sink and water closet (across hallway). Covered patio access.

Room 3: The ‘Southwest King’ Room – King four-poster bed with additional day bed and trundle. LCD TV. Shower room with water closet, sink and sauna (adjacent).

Room 4/4A: The ‘Lodge’ Suite Studio – Fully self-contained studio apartment with cathedral ceilings, Queen aspen log bed, leather sofa, wood burning stove, LCD TV, small kitchen, washer, dryer, twin vanity sinks and en-suite bathroom with jacuzzi bath/shower and water closet. Large sunny deck with both interior and exterior access for added privacy.

Includes Room 4A The ‘Americana Loft’  – Small loft room with single raised bed. Please note this room is fully enclosed with a door, but does not have a window and is located next to the Lodge Suite 4.

Room 5: The ‘Roxy’ Room – Queen aspen log bed with additional day bed and trundle. LCD TV/DVD. Private bath/shower, twin vanity sinks and water closet (across hallway).

Room 7/7A: The ‘Romance’ Master Suite – Stunning 2-bedroom luxury master suite with King bed, cathedral ceilings, 2 decks, walk in closet, LCD TV, separate bedroom with single day bed. En-suite, luxurious marble bathroom with oversized jacuzzi tub, water closet, twin vanity sinks and separate, large 2-person shower.

Bedrooms will be reserved during registration on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Meals: Your registration includes three (3) dinners served at the Lodge on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday. All other meals are the responsibility of the registrant.

Lodging Options: All the bedrooms in Tomahawk Lodge have been reserved.  If you would like to join us, please secure your own accommodations nearby.  In addition, you are welcome to contact julie.irmeger@cmda.org to be added to the cancellation list for a room in the Lodge.  Even though the Lodge rooms are filled, as of Sept 19 we still have room for 10 more adults to register for the conference.

Rev. Bill Reichart

With over 35+ years of vocational ministry experience, Bill currently works as the VP for Campus & Community Ministries of CMDA. Before coming to CMDA, Bill was a local church pastor and worked on staff with Campus Crusade for Christ for over 16 years.  Bill graduated from Reformed Theological Seminary (RTS) in 2004 with his MDiv Bill has been happily married to a godly woman for more than 34 years. Together, they have raised two adult daughters, one of whom is married and has two daughters of her own.


Dr. William “Griff” Griffin

Dr. William Griffin has been a CMDA member for almost four decades and has served as Vice President for Dental Ministries since 2019.  He is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame, and received his DDS degree from Virginia Commonwealth University School of Dentistry.  During his private practice career, Dr. Griffin cared for the dentally needy in serving as dental director and board chairman for the Lackey Clinic in Yorktown, Virginia.  Additionally, he has enjoyed international opportunities to spread the love of Christ through serving on about 60 dental mission trips.  His career in healthcare has led him to discover the strong ties between physical health and spiritual health, and he currently serves as Director of CMDA’s Faith Prescriptions video resource to help Christian caregivers share the love of Christ with their patients.

Saturday, March 2

Arrive 4:00 pm or thereafter if staying at the Lodge

Sunday, March 3 

6:30 pm dessert for everyone at the Lodge, followed by the intro episode of Faith Prescriptions

Monday – Friday mornings, March 4-8

7:30 am Devotions and Faith Prescriptions Episode, chosen by attendees

8:30 am Free time

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday evenings, March 4, 5 & 7

5:30 pm Dinners at the Lodge

7:00 pm Evening Sessions with Rev. Bill Reichart

Saturday, March 9

10:00 am Depart from the Lodge