The current times have stretched and drained our relationships in ways that we could have never before imagined, leaving many of us feeling depleted and at a loss for how to move forward.
Entering into necessary but potentially difficult conversations can increase understanding and bring healing but seems daunting—and perhaps forbidding—in the present turbulent climate. Yet now is the perfect time for us to focus on what it takes to build, repair, and pursue healthy relationships in all areas of our lives; to take a closer look at God’s heart for relationships. Why? We are commanded to love one another. Loving well is the essence of true spirituality.
As we kick off a new year, Grace is making relationships a priority—our relationship with God and our relationships with others. We are inviting all adults to participate in Emotionally Healthy Relationships, an eight-week study beginning on January 18, here at Grace. This study will give us an opportunity to connect with others while learning eight practical skills for breaking through relational roadblocks, providing new language, tools, and strategies, such as:
- Stop Mind Reading and Clarify Expectations
- Climb the Ladder of Integrity
- Clean Fighting
- Incarnational Listening
Since loving others and loving God cannot be separated, study participants will also grow in their personal, first-hand relationship with Jesus by engaging in daily spiritual practices. Join us for a powerful journey, as you walk through a door that will forever change the way you love God, others, and yourself. Sign up today!
Workbook and daily devotional bundle, available at the Grace Community Corner at the reduced cost of $15.
Note: Each participant will need their own class materials.
Childcare Available (infant – 5th grade):
One time registration fee of $10 per child to help offset the cost of childcare for the study. (pre-registration required)
If possible, prior to the first session take this free 15-minute personal assessment to get a baseline for your emotional and spiritual health.
For additional information contact: Meg Kempton, Groups Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org