- Not afraid of Heights nor Depths….Facing Fears and going Deeper Still!
- OCTOBER BABY – Released in Theaters March 23rd, 2012
- Walking in Freedom – After the Retreat
- Deeper Still with Pro-Life on Campus at the University of Kentucky -a powerful message
- Were you unable to attend our banquet? Here is a snapshot from Karen just for you!
Category Archives: Deeper Still
When my friend asked if I would attend the Deeper Still Retreat, I responded by saying that “I had been healed a long time ago.” I had suffered with shame and guilt for so many years and it had affected so many areas of … Continue reading
OCTOBER BABY accomplishes what it intends! OCTOBER BABY exposes the horrific reality of a late term and incomplete abortion. It forces us to face what a real life scenario of an abortion survivor would look like. I think this film strikes a beautiful … Continue reading
Below is a letter from a past participant of a Deeper Still Retreat to her sisters in Christ who have just returned home this past weekend. The retreat was just glorious and there will be testimonies of God’s goodness posted … Continue reading
We are so proud of Debbie Picarello and Sandy Sendall for sharing the forgiveness and love of Christ with students of the next generation who will make a stand for Life and Truth. Read their experience at the University of … Continue reading
These are some thoughts Karen shared with us at our 2nd annual fundraising banquet on March 7th, 2011. For those of you who are new to Deeper Still … The mission of Deeper Still is to multiply teams who bring … Continue reading
My name is Debbie Picarello and I am a native New Yorker who came to Sevier County, Tennessee via Pennsylvania in 1995. My journey with Deeper Still has been a several year one. I have had the privilege of walking alongside many … Continue reading
WELCOME TO TEAM MEMBER TUESDAY~ We are excited to feature one of our team members occasionally on Tuesdays here and there. Eileen is a treat and joy to minister alongside at the Deeper Still retreats! We are so thankful that … Continue reading