Mother/Daughter Legacy

October 4-6, 2019 for daughters in grades 6-12+

Moms, join us with your daughters for this get-away.  Make memories through worship, great food, recreation and activity classes such as: canoeing, archery, crafts, low ropes, giant swing, climbing wall and high ropes course.  This is an opportunity for mothers and daughters to spend a special time together building a legacy of memories that will last a lifetime. Registration will open in August. 

Friday, October 4th

5:00 Arrival, check-in, sign-ups for Saturday afternoon recreation

6:30 Dinner

7:45 Legacy Session 1

9:00 Evening Activities (options: Campstore and Gym open)

11:00 Winding Down


Saturday, October 5th

7:00-7:50 Early Bird Coffee (located at lake side doors of dining hall)

8:00-8:20 Devotions

8:30 Breakfast

9:30 Legacy Session 2

10:40 Mother-Daughter Group Picture (wearing M-D shirts)

11:00-11:45 Activity Options: free time; 9-square; spike ball, corn-hole; volleyball; soccer

12:00 Lunch

1:00 – 5:00 Afternoon Recreation, Free-time (Campstore/Snacks 1:30 – 5:00)

6:00 Dinner

7:30 Legacy Session 3

9:00 Campfire Under the Stars

10:30 Winding Down


Sunday, October 6th

7:00-7:55 Early Bird Coffee

8:00 Devotions

8:30 Breakfast

9:30 Legacy Worship Session

11:00 Homeward Bound (campstore will be open briefly)


Tara Furman founded Knowing God Ministries (KGM) in 2007. A dynamic leader who inspires women to make a difference, Tara has spent more than a decade speaking to women of all ages and across denominations.

As KGM’s President, she also helps set vision for the nonprofit’s monthly luncheons as well as its annual women’s conference and mother/daughter retreat. Tara has self-published multiple prayer journals and Bible studies in addition to a book on marriage entitled “The 7 Day Challenge.” Before founding KGM, she spent 12 years involved in the international organization of Bible Study Fellowship.

An engaging and relevant speaker, Tara believes in the inerrancy of Scripture and its applicability to lives today. Her messages are personal and apply Scripture to topics that resonate with women, making her a sought-after speaker who is often invited back.

Tara grew up in Cary, NC where she married her high school sweetheart in 1995. They continue to live in Cary with their two teenagers and Jake, their yellow lab (who should have been named Marley!) She is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Wilmington.

Tara believes knowing God in the messiness of everyday life will forever change a woman’s life. It’s certainly changed her life!