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In Ephesians 5:16, St. Paul exhorts us to “redeem the time, for the days are evil.”  What does it mean, realistically, to live a full and fruitful life in our present age, and how can we practically “redeem the time," as Paul urges us to do? 

With characteristic wit and insight, C.S. Lewis’ landmark book, The Screwtape Letters, reveals many ways in which evil can take hold of our world, both within and without. How can we “drive out the devil” from the details of our days and live into the promise of new life in Christ? 

In the intimate woodland setting of Camp Allen Retreat and Conference Center, join Dr. Ralph Wood, University Professor of Literature and Theology at Baylor University, as he imparts real life lessons from Lewis on how to more clearly perceive and more effectively resist the snares of Screwtape in our everyday lives.

This retreat also features worship with Rev. Michael Wyckoff, breakout sessions with Lewis scholars Louis Markos, George Musacchio, and Andrew Lazo, and performances by Ad Deum Dance Company and singer/songwriter Michael Kelly Blanchard.

The C.S. Lewis Southwest Regional Retreat will challenge your mind, refresh your body, and renew your spirit!

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