Women In The Battle Workshop FAQ’s

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What does the workshop registration fee include?
The workshop includes 7 general sessions led by Dr. Sheri Keffer, 6 small group sessions facilitated by a professional Christian counselor and 5 meals.

Are meals and hotel accommodations included in the registration fee?
Five meals are included in the registration fee (dinner Friday through breakfast Sunday). Hotel accommodations are not included but attendees can receive a discounted room rate at the host hotel.

Is this workshop for wives only?
No. This workshop is designed for all women who have been betrayed by men in their lives who have or are struggling with sexual integrity whether married, divorced or single.

Do I have to stay at the hotel?
No, but to enhance the weekend and ensure all distractions are left behind, we highly encourage it.

What is the schedule?
Check-in is 12:30pm-1:30pm on Friday, and the first session is at 1:30pm. The workshop closes at noon on Sunday.

 

What is your cancellation policy?
If you cancel 10 days or more prior to the workshop, you’ll receive a refund of the amount you’ve paid minus an administration fee of $200 per person. If you cancel less than 10 days before the start of the workshop, no refund shall be given. Registration fees may be rolled over to another confirmed workshop. A transfer fee of $100 per person will be assessed.

What if I have special needs?
If you have special needs such as walking difficulties, disabilities, and other needs that we should take into consideration when preparing for your arrival and participation, please call us at (800)NEW-LIFE. We will try to be as accommodating as possible.

Are children allowed in the ballroom or in any session?
This workshop is intended to help you in achieving success, so we ask that your children stay with a trusted family member or friend. There is no childcare at the workshop, and children are not allowed to attend any part of the workshop.

Will this weekend be covered under my health insurance?
Unfortunately, insurance companies do not reimburse for programs like this. You may be able to consider the cost of the workshop as a deductible medical expense for federal tax purposes. The IRS does not make specific rulings about the tax-deductibility of a particular program, so please check with your tax advisor.