Getting away from it all may not be for everyone, just coming out of a pandemic. But law enforcement officers have faced one of their toughest years in recent memory and just might be ready for a retreat.
Our new partner, Protectors’ Peak, is expanding their reach this summer to offer a July 8-11 Retreat for Montana LEOs, military, first responders, and ministry leaders. The faith-based retreats offer four days of outdoor activities and bible study at Shiloh Ranch near the St. Joe River outside of Calder, Idaho.
Protectors’ Peak Director, Nate Harder, says it’s a chance for “spiritual, mental, and emotional healing” from a demanding profession. Harder understands the struggles all too well, himself a chief of police who has served in law enforcement for over 20 years.
Those interested in attending the Montana officers’ retreat should email Harder to request more information and a registration form.