Presentation on theme: "The Way 5/4/20151 Healing through the Word Brandy A Coffee Marks, D.R.S."— Presentation transcript:
The Way 5/4/20151 Healing through the Word Brandy A Coffee Marks, D.R.S.
5/4/20152 When … o you are angry, frustrated, hurting, unable to forgive; o you constantly try to please all the people in your life; o you are overly dependent or excessively independent; o your relationships are filled with conflict and violence; o you struggle with alcohol, drug, food, sex addictions; o you have past wounding that still influences your life; o or, you strive to have healthy relationships and fail. There is hope and healing for everyone who struggles with these or similar issues, and The Holy Scriptures have the answer to every problem and its principles are illustrated in stories such as...
The Point of the story: Disobedience has a harsh price. Genesis 1:1-25 5/4/20153 Creation
5/4/20154 Noah's Ark The Point of the story: Obedience makes success possible. Genesis 6:14-22; 7:1-24
J OSEPH ’ S S TORY 5/4/20155 The Point of the story: Five lessons we can learn from Joseph. He was faithful to God; he was careful to complete the work given him; he was obedient to his slave masters; and he forgave his brothers’ treachery. And as a result, Joseph restored the family relationships.
Wilderness Journey 5/4/20156 Through out our story, in our own wilderness, we discover the how of our behavior (abuse & addictions) and learn about the struggles we must overcome to find true peace of mind by obedience to God.
The Workshop There are four parts that follow a certain order of personal development and spiritual growth 5/4/ Wilderness Journey 1.1 Our Awakening 1.2 The Way into Sin 1.3 Obedience: The Way Out 2. Personal Journey 2.1 A Life Vision 2.2 Belief & Behavior 2.3 Committed to The Way 4. End of the Journey 3.1 Communication 3.2 Real Relationships 3.3 Messenger of The Way 3. Action Journey 2.4 Devoted Discipline 2.5 Express Emotions 2.6 Forgiving is The Way
5/4/20158 Brandy A Coffee Marks, DRS Biblical Counselor Anyone who wishes to show their appreciation may send comments, contributions or criticisms to the following: 3829 E 18 th Street Vancouver WA Other programs are also available by phone request or by