This small group discusses the upward Path to Christian Character as described in 2 Peter 1:3-11, the definition of a life-controlling problem, delusion and denial, walls of defenses, care-fronting and leveling.
Concerned Person's Group
Specifically targeted for families of those struggling with addictions, and covers enabling, boundaries, and co-dependency, as well as comfort, hope, and letting go and letting God.
Stepping Into Freedom
A 12-step recovery group, implementing the 12 steps of AA, applying Scripture to each of the 12 steps.
Anger: Our Master or Our Servant
Do you lose control and react with anger and don't know what triggers it? Anger: Our Master or Our Servant offers clear answers to what anger is, what causes it, and how to keep it from getting out of control, and becoming harmful or destructive. We will help you discover ways to manage your anger. We will offer methods to help you bring your anger under control in your marriage, with your family and in other relationships. You will learn the ten steps for preventing anger's control and the harm it causes.
This study deals with depression, a condition that is common around the world.
This group addresses parenting skills from the time of conception until the child has reached adulthood. It suggests methods for raising healthy, godly children in an increasingly secular society. Specific emphasis is placed on communication and teaching skills, discipline, protection and sexual issues at each age.
Handling loss & grief
As a person goes through this group they will be able to identify what the Bible has to say about handling the losses of life. To grieve is human; how to grieve Christianly is supernatural. It requires us to invite the Holy Spirit to guide us through the grieving process.
Everyone struggles from time-to-time, but we can have confidence that in Christ we are completely free from sin's slavery, from condemnation, and from fear of failure.This group study of Romans 1-8 and 12 helps Christians break out of the dull routine of a stagnant spiritual life. Applying the truths found in Romans can transform any believer into a person eager to follow God's will. This study can also serve as a powerful evangelistic tool by explaining the message of salvation as presented in Romans.
Committed Couples is for married couples or engaged-to-be-married couples who are committed to God's plan for marriage and family relationship. The various aspects of God's design for marriage and the principles that support this sacred institution are highlighted.The purpose of Committed Couples is to help each married couple grow spiritually and emotionally in their relationship to each other through an awareness and application of biblical principles. It is important that each participant enter Committed Couples with the purpose of wanting to be all God would have them to be in their marriage rather than trying to change their partner.
Crossroads deals with choosing the road to sexual purity and is suggested for use in support groups and Christian counseling.
This study helps to minister to families caught in the cycle of abusive relationships. The curriculum deals with overcoming these abusive relationships through Christ.
free to grow
The purpose of this group study is to help people overcome disappointments and setbacks that have arrested or are presently hindering their emotional and spiritual development. The group will help participants understand how to be set free so that they can grow and become all that God has designed them to be.
Listed below are the twelve sessions included in this study:
facing fear, finding faith
Facing Fear, Finding Faith includes guidance in the use of Scripture to build faith, biblical coping methods for facing fear, comfort to those facing fear and help for anyone ministering to those who are being controlled or held back by anxiety, fear and worry.
Listed below are the ten sessions included in this study:
Caregiving: Caring for Aging Parents
PTSD Support Group for Military Personnel
This support group will be lead by veterans and will be using the curriculum by Author Chris Adsit. The Combat Trauma Healing Manual offers spiritual solutions for your struggles with PTSD. It combines the latest insights of the medical and counseling communities with the timeless principles of God’s Word.
In these pages you’ll find a step-by-step program that will help you:
– Understand your trauma – spiritually, psychologically and physiologically.
– Adopt therapeutic spiritual disciplines.
– Process your loss and grief.
– Experience the freeing influence of giving and receiving forgiveness.
– Rebuild your identity based on what God says about you.
– Strengthen yourself spiritually against future attacks.
– Connect with those who will support you in many ways.
– Rejoin society as a strengthened man or woman of God.
This study contains methods of self-examination; it includes suggestions about when and how to confront someone. This study offers a biblical approach to negotiating and dealing with unreasonable people. The sections included are: