Meditate in the beauty of...
- An inspiring mountain setting
- Reflections in the lake
- The sunrise and sunset
Grow as we share in:
Be sure to bring your Bible, your comfortable shoes, and a ready smile!
Enjoy ample free time.
On the Assembly grounds, visit the World Methodist Museum, Native Garden, and Heritage Center. Shop at the book store. Walk the foot path.
Plan your own excursions to places such as the Biltmore Estate, Folk Art Center, Blue Ridge Parkway, Cradle of Forestry, the Carl Sandburg Home, Thomas Wolfe Home, and the Cherokee Museum.
Main Speaker: Amy Yeary Holmes began herstorytelling career in the principal’s office of St. Paul High School in St. Paul, Virginia.Her knack fortelling it wellafforded her severalopportunities, mostnotably a seminarydegree.After spending 10 years in parish ministry for the UnitedMethodist Church, Amy trained at James H. Quillen Medical Center as a clinically trained resident in chaplaincy.Her reputation forcollecting stories as well as spinning yarns made her a favorite among our nation's woundedsoldiers.Amy now travels the Appalachian mountains and beyond presenting workshops, filling pulpits and telling stories.
Amy specializes in spiritual stories about hope, healing and wholeness.She tells Bible stories, historical stories and personal stories sure the delight the audience with gentle laughter and sometimes a tear or two.
Amy is married to Kevin Holmes, a hospice chaplain.Together, the manage the busy social life of an eight year old, who recently wrote a letter to the Tooth Fairy arguing the finer points of inflation.
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