Mighty Princess Warrior Girl’s Retreat

The first Kidz Camp Girl’s Retreat, held last week in Andalusia, Ala., was such a huge success the group has been asked to make it an annual event and also have a retreat for the mothers.

What happens when 23 young ladies, four loving chaperones, five highly anointed speakers, one amazing worship leader and an awesome gate keeper come together for a weekend?

God shows up. And we have a Mighty Princess Warrior Girl’s Retreat put on by Holy Kidz Camps and Events.

Thank you all that made the event so amazing. We serve a Good Good Good Father! I am so blessed by this weekend allowing us the opportunity to speak into the lives of the Precious Princess Warriors called forth for a weekend such as this. Our Papa God lavished them with an abundance of royal gifts, spoke over them with amazing words of encouragement, unlocked anointings and gifts, taught them more about their identity as His righteous holy heirs, equipped them with knowledge of His word and the mighty armor that is at their disposal to stand firm in the midst of inevitable battles as they step closer to their intended purpose. Undeniably He shared His feelings toward them and they are abundant.

We shared so many memorable moments that will forever leave an impression on my heart. What this weekend offered these daughters of the King was a fun escape from the everyday grind. A getaway to a safe place where they could decompress from the pressures of tweenhood. Papa God knows what He is doing and is always setting us up for goodness. This is counted as one of my most prized privileges to date. Feeling blessed, highly favored, honored. Ready for the next one, moms.

How can you support Holy Kidz Camps?

Donate online at or go to Zoe’s Kitchen Gallery Night showcasing art from God’s Mighty Princess Warriors Girls Retreat 2016. Purchase the art and have dinner from 5-9 p.m. May 20 at Zoe’s Kitchen in Destin Commons. Make sure you mention Holy Kidz when ordering. Proceeds go to Holy Kidz Camps.

Stephanie McMinn of Santa Rosa Beach was one of the speakers at the retreat.