Marriage Retreat

Marriage Retreat

Registration for 2020 will open in January!

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April 24-26, 2020

“When the Kingdom of God Encompasses Our Marriage”

Genesis 2:24-25

Often times the busyness of life can overrun the heart of your relationship with your spouse. The Zephyr Point Marriage Retreat is designed to provide much needed time and space with zero distractions in order for couples to (re)connect. The retreat includes worship and seminar times, all the best in Lake Tahoe recreation, and even date nights!







Featured Presenters: Scott and Jamie Lisea

Scott & Jamie Lisea  are about to celebrate 30 years of marriage. They have three sons, Tyler, Reed, and Braeden, and raised their nephew, Branden. Scott had the privilege of serving on the Young Life staff for 23 years, has served in leadership roles in Christian education, and is now the campus pastor at Westmont College. Jamie has served many roles in the mission of Young Life, and is now the National Director for Women’s Engagement and Philanthropy. They live in Santa Barbara, California, which is really hard because sometimes it gets below 60 degrees.

They are both graduates of Westmont College (’88). Scott went on to complete his Masters and Doctorate in Theology from Fuller Seminary (’98 & 2013). Scott and Jamie lead national marriage intensive retreats for leaders across the country and are excited to be a part of the Zephyr Point Marriage Retreat.

2019 Room and Board Rates

Room Style Rate
Double Occupancy
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To Register click on the “Register Now” button at the top of the page, call (775) 588-6759 ext 107 or email Be sure to make a note of all dietary needs, mobility issues, and roommate requests during the registration process. Lodging for the Marriage Retreat will be in both the Tallac Center and the Tahoe Center.

  • Registration and Balance due 14 days before event start date
  • Includes Friday dinner through Sunday breakfast
  • Non-refundable/non-transferable deposit due with registration: $50 per adult