We do four things:

We PROVIDE, TEACH, RESOURCE  and have a PLACE to care for the souls of leaders in ministry and the marketplace.

We PROVIDE Soul Care

Soul Care is care for the whole person; your past, present and future, dreams, desires, brokenness and giftedness. Soul Care is about your wellbeing. Perhaps the very best part of what we do is the privilege to companion others in their personal journey. Potter's Inn continues to provide excellent care for those who come to our door. Integrating our values of intimacy, beauty and adventure, we serve as guides for the soul while putting attention to spiritual, physical and emotional aspects of each person's story.

We TEACH Soul Care

It's one thing to be cared for and yet another to teach others how to care for the their own soul and others. Potter's Inn staff have giftedness and passion to teach from our own experiences. Through one-day seminars, week-long group learning experiences and our 2-year in-depth Institute journey, we seek to equip others with the tools and perspective necessary to care for the what is most important – you!


When Stephen and Gwen Smith, Founders of Potter's Inn, have worked hard to develop and publish written and online resources that help supplement the Soul Care process. Offering their own testimony and the stories of many others, these books, guides and online course materials are a treasure of wisdom for the journey!

We have a PLACE for Soul Care

The Aspen Ridge Retreat Center, located at 9,000 ft. elevation in beautiful Divide, Colorado offers the perfect setting for Soul Care. We believe PLACE in important for the soul to rest and be still. Our staff offer year-round hospitality for a private, comfortable and spiritually rich experience.  Many come tired, worn out and burned out. They return home nourished, loved and equipped to continue their journey well.

I am a witness and a recipient of the transformational work of Potter’s Inn!
I have witnessed the deep work of the soul that people are afforded through Potter’s Inn. Work that is desperately needed by leaders and followers in any vocational domain. Work the fruit of which will endure. Work that is not only for followers of Jesus, but by extension for our culture at large, a culture that is longing to see the true evidence of a world of goodness and beauty. A world into which Potter’s Inn invites anyone who would dare risk discovering the life everlasting.
— Curt Thompson, MD. Psychiatrist, Author of Anatomy of the Soul, and The Soul of Shame