COURSES AND WORKSHOPS FOR GROUPS LARGE & SMALL
God Ideas for Joyful Living
Participants explore their own beliefs and where they got them, then try on new ideas about reality, knowledge, God, and human living necessary for a relationship with the Divine.
Knowing and Believing: How What You Think and Believe Colors Everything
Helps participants discover how their actions reveal their actual beliefs, and distinguish their beliefs from the ideas they think shape their lives (but probably don’t). Can be extended to include basic principles of critical thinking, logic, and argument evaluation.
Made in the Image of a Creator
What it means to be creative, and how to nurture creativity in daily living.
The Two Halves (and One Wall) of Life
Explores the development of spiritual maturity, incorporating the Hagberg-Guelich model, Jungian archetypes, and Richard Rohr’s Falling Upward.
Finding Meaning in Suffering
Grounded in Victor Frankl’s Man’s Search for Meaning, participants rethink what it means to suffer, identify suffering in their own lives, and find ways to discover meaning and redemption in the midst of pain.
How to Read the Bible
Presents the Bible as a history of God’s desire for relationship with humanity and creation.
Surveys the multiple streams of Western and Eastern Christianity, providing context for participants’ own ideas and encouraging their exploring others’.
Being Human in God’s World
A theological anthropology that incorporates the spiritual, physical, and emotional aspects of life, creating the foundation for interactive life with God, healthy bodily relationships, and the possibility of change.
Training for Christlikeness
An introduction to classic spiritual disciplines and contemporary spiritual practices that enable transformation, presented playfully and experimentally.