Welcome to the Lodestar Mountain Inn

What we've been up to...

Life is like a mist…

(February 22, 2021) Some of us wake up rejoicing for the day the Lord has made, such as Gene McGehee, an elderly man with severe dementia. He's been able to find joy on a daily basis right across...

Great Community Give

(February 8, 2021) Join us on Wednesday, April 21, 2021, for the Great Community Give! The Great Community Give (GCG) is a one-day, totally online event established by the Community Foundation of...

Rest II

(January 21, 2021)  In our last post, we looked at the benefits of rest, which is an important component to the Lodestar Mountain Inn, a place to retreat and rest from the battles of this life.  The...

Rest

(January 7, 2021)  The following is a portion of a great article found in Relevant magazine regarding rest.  Too often in our society, rest is seen as weakness or lethargy. ...

The Birth of Jesus

“and she gave birth to her firstborn, a son. She wrapped him in cloths and placed him in a manger, because there was no guest room available for them.”  (Luke 2:7 NIV) The birth of Jesus is a...

Our purpose...

At Lodestar Mountain Inn, our purpose is to provide a place of healing, hope, encouragement, rest, recovery, and training for those who are wounded or discouraged by the battles of life.

Using the Lodestar Guidance principles, we will help develop leadership skills to empower individuals to live and lead effectively. For more information, visit https://lodestarguidance.com.

Lodestar Mountain Inn Will Serve

  • Pastors
  • Business leaders
  • Churches and youth groups
  • Veterans and first-responder families
  • Lodestar Guidance training

Our goals...

Much construction has been done at the Lodestar Mountain Inn.  As of June 2020, construction has been completed on the Weaver House, which includes five bedrooms; a prayer chapel; two cabins, which include two units each; and the Evangel House, consisting of five bedrooms.  The Evangel House, our most recently completed building, is currently being furnished.

Plans to convert a donated barn into the Event Center are well underway. When finished, it will house a commercial kitchen, dining and meeting space, two bedrooms, and two bunk houses.

There are four ponds on the property that are stocked for fishing. We are also adjacent to the South Branch of the Potomac River, one of the best trout streams on the East Coast. Other available activities include hiking, stargazing, mountain biking, and a projected shooting range for clay pigeons.