Boundaries

Whether you’re a people pleaser or simply going with the flow, saying ‘yes’ when we want to say ‘no’ leads into all sorts of troublesome quandaries. Having healthy boundaries is not selfish; it’s being a good steward of our gifts, talents, and resources. Saying ‘no’ to the good allows us to say yes to the best. This course will help you develop a strong, healthy, easy-to-understand ‘no’ and help you understand how to guard your heart against unhealthy relationships.

Cynthia, a Heartlander since 2005, had this to say about the Boundaries class: “It’s comforting to know that I’m only responsible for my decisions…not others’. Boundaries has clarified for me what is mine to deal with and what is not. I cannot live their life for them which is new, freeing, and a little bit scary!”    

And Jes sent this in: “The idea of ‘freedom’ because of ‘boundaries’ didn’t make sense to me at first. The more I learn about and practice boundaries though, the more I feel like I really understand Jesus and how confident I can be in who I am because I feel free from the expectations and baggage of others.”

Register now for this 9 session class, Boundaries, based on the book by Dr. Henry Cloud and Dr. John Townsend. Sessions are Wednesday nights, February 21–April 18, from 6:30-8pm in HCC Room A100. Online registration only. Child care available.

Handouts will be provided but participants are strongly encouraged to read along in the book. Gently used copies of the book will be available for $5.00, and new copies available in Journey.

By | 2018-02-09T16:03:15+00:00 February 9th, 2018|Change for a Dollar, Compassion|0 Comments

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