Ashley Stevens has been one of our speakers since 2019. Our retreat participants enjoy her talks, as she shares her inspiring story and continuously motivates us to keep a steadfast relationship with God. Learn more about Ashley and her talks from our past retreats below!
About Ashley Stevens
Ashley Stevens is a graduate of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL) where she played soccer, worked as a Resident Assistant and joined the Church. After graduation, she worked as a Fellowship of Catholic University Students (FOCUS) Missionary at Benedictine College and UNL, inviting and equipping college students to grow in and share their faith.
Three weeks after getting engaged, while driving to a FOCUS retreat, she was T-boned by a Mack truck and nearly lost her life. Following a year of intensive care units and therapy, Ashley and her fiancé got married on the year anniversary of the accident to redeem the day. Since then, she has gotten her MBA, started her family, and currently writes and speaks to encourage those whose life isn’t going according to plan. Ashley resides with her husband, Brad Stevens, and their children: Ella, Rachel, and Emily in Lincoln. Find out more about her at mountainsunmoved.com
Ashley Steven’s Retreat and Talks
2020 Lent Retreat
Ashley Stevens was a speaker for the 2020 Lenten Retreat and gave a total of four talks. She touched on topics such as trusting God’s will, offering up our suffering, and keeping our hope and faith in Him. Check out the full list of her talks for this retreat below:
- Having Hope in a Faithful God
- Bringing Our Wounds to Christ
- God, Show Me a Sign
- Trusting in God’s Will
2019 Healing Retreat
In this retreat, Ashley Stevens talks about her personal experience with suffering and how she learned to trust God during a tragic time in her life. She shares her insights, struggles, and how she sought comfort and healing from God’s love. Check out the list of her talks for this retreat below:
- God Makes All Things New: Beauty, Healing and Redemption from Pain
- Standing with the Suffering: The Power of Normalcy
- Standing with the Suffering: The Power of Showing Up
- Trusting God in the Unknown
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