A framework for informing everyday choices
Mondays, September 25-November 20 // 6:45-8:45 pm
Register online (opens August 20)
Do you find it hard to decide when to say “no” and when to “go the extra mile” for someone or some cause? It can be confusing but healthy boundaries are meant to protect and honor important parts of our lives. In the Boundaries course you learn principles to help you identify and practice healthy limits leading to a more balanced life and loving relationships.
The class format includes video teaching and small group discussion. Video seminars are based on the book, Boundaries, by Dr. Henry Cloud and Dr. John Townsend. Issues that are addressed include:
- Can I say “no” and still be a loving person?
- What if someone is upset or hurt by my boundaries?
- How can I answer someone who wants more of my time, love, etc.?
- Are boundaries selfish?
- Why am I bitter and resentful when I want to be joyful and loving?
Past participants have said this class has helped them improve their relationships with family, friends, themselves and God. It has also encouraged them to (re)discover God-given strengths, passions and a desire to help others.
Small group discussions provide a safe place to apply what you learn to your daily life and relationships.
Each participant will receive a copy of Boundaries and a binder of materials ($15).
If you have questions, please contact Kelle Anderson, Care Groups Coordinator, at 828.4200.