Canoe Trip and Kayak Trip Resources
Some of our most profound spiritual moments in the wilderness may occur in quiet moments of solitude. But the journey is meant to be shared, and is often heightened by the help and companionship of others.
At Renewal in the Wilderness, part of our success in bringing life-enhancing and fun excursions to you and to our group is because of the relationships we have with talented and dedicated partners and suppliers.
- The Northwest Passage
The “Passage” and Renewal in the Wilderness have had a partnership since 2007 for some of our longer trips. They are award-winning guides and outfitters and RITW is proud to count them as a partner in the delivery of excellent experiences.
Victories is a twenty-five year old organization that has helped 6,000+ men live up to the full promise of their lives. RITW helps staff some of their weekends, and they refer men to RITW's trips to help deepen their spiritual connections, whatever their religious affiliations. Victories does truly life-changing work, and we're delighted to be in partnership with them.
- Heartwood Center
Heartwood is a community-based center committed to providing holistic healthcare in Evanston and the greater Chicago area.
- Open Leaf Excursions
Open Leaf links people looking for outdoor adventures with the outfitters and organizations that can provide them.
- The National Council of Churches
The National Council of Churches has a vital eco-justice department that's very active in combining faith with ecology and they have endorsed Renewal in the Wilderness. They offer many free resources for churches to be involved in preserving God's — and our — world. Please click here to see how your church or other organization might become involved.
- The Samaritan Counseling Center
The Samaritan Counseling Center is an inter-faith (or no particular faith) counseling center that combines psychology and spirituality to provide a unique and superior foundation for mental health, personal growth, resolving problems and getting more out of life. Their national network is one of the largest providers of professional counseling in the United States. Their Midwestern affiliates have recommended RITW for their clergy clientele.
- Burning Bush Adventures (BBA)
Rabbi Howard Cohen, based in Bennington, VT, has been sharing the wilderness with Jews from around the country since 1990. He’s a highly skilled wilderness guide and a powerful rabbinic voice for the spiritual connections to be found in wilderness settings. In 2013, RITW and BBA will co-lead a canoe trip in the Adirondacks of upstate New York.
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