Music &Mental Health
November 30th - December 4th, 2022
”The history of the songs of the Bible is full of suggestion as to the uses and benefits of music and song. ...rightly employed, it is a precious gift of God, designed to uplift the thoughts to high and noble themes, to inspire and elevate the soul.”
Join us as we explore music’s amazing ability to influence our lives for better or for worse at our upcoming music and mental health seminar!
With our keynote speaker, Christian Berdahl, we will investigate the history of music and its impact on mental and spiritual health. Our other speakers will delve into topics of mental health, and the factors required to obtain true peace.
Along with engaging presentations from selected speakers, participants will have the opportunity to enjoy delicious plant-based meals, walk and exercise in the beauty of nature, and be spiritually uplifted in times dedicated to prayer and devotion.
Quiet Time: To maintain a minimum distraction environment, and to provide the best conditions for sleep and relaxation, Butler Creek observes “quiet time” from 9:00 PM until 5:30 AM and kindly requests that all participants do the same.
MAIN SPEAKER: Christian Berdahl Other Speakers: Jonathan Casas, Lew Keith
PROGRAM for the SEMINAR
WHAT TO BRING:
Casual & warm clothes for maximum comfort
Personal toiletries (soap, shampoo, etc.)
All participants must register in advance (before November 16th, 2022).
To register fill out registration form and email completed form to:
For more information contact: (931) 213-1329 or (931) 242-9754
Registration Fee: $35
Meals: $8 each (Breakfast & Lunch); $6 (Supper)
Room: $30 (single bedroom) per night, $40 (double bedroom) per night
Package for single bed room occupation: $235
Includes: Registration, all meals for one person (Wednesday supper - Sunday lunch) & single bed room
Package for double bed room occupation: $430
Includes: Registration & all meals for 2 people (Wednesday supper - Sunday lunch) & double bed room
Butler Creek Health Center is a non-profit corporation using simple remedies as effective agents in the restoration of health. As guests adopt a healthy lifestyle they see evidence that God’s plan works. Cause and effect, prevention and cure, and other “catchphrases” take on new meaning as mental and physical health are restored. Moreover, our guests receive the unexpected blessing of peace of mind and spiritual renewal.