We provide a specific assessment that is designed to give you a peek into your child's personality. Through our assessment, you can learn how your child prefers to process information, how they make decisions and which life situations they will struggle with or thrive in. We believe that when applied to everyday parenting, understanding these preferences can revolutionize how you communicate and interact with your child.
We also provide real life tools to help moms and dads better parent their child and know how to best handle any given situation in a way that will make their child feel accepted, known and loved.
Lastly, we are a community of parents just like you. We want to bring together other like-minded parents that are simply doing their best trudging through the misunderstandings and messiness of parenting.
We want to be a safe place where you can share grief, frustration, joy and success stories. We believe, while on this journey of parenting, one of the greatest ways you can deeply love your children is to simply try. The fact that you are reading this, whether you are loving life or on the brink of a meltdown, means that you are trying. Let's learn from one another and try together.
We know marriages need help.
We look forward to partnering with you in this experience. Our hope and prayer is that we can strengthen and encourage the marriages in our faith community and equip churches throughout our whole community.
We believe that good news and good resources should flow in all directions. If as a church you would like to sponsor an under resourced church, let us know and we can help you pay it forward by covering a cost for another church to participate.
If you've ever felt unsure how to navigate your marriage's hurts (Hi! You're welcome here!), this one's for you. We're going to take a step back and start with, what kind of marriage do you desire?
First, we will discuss how the origin of relational love, hope, and goodness comes from God. We are meant for real relationships, and He wants to wake us up to His goodness and experience deep connection and understanding within our marriage.
Next, we'll discuss why real relationships are risky. It's one thing to talk about marriage, it's a whole different thing to be doing marriage, right? God is inviting you into something exciting and risky - to step into a relationship and experience yourself and your spouse in a new way. There is a desire in us to be both known and loved. Still, we get stuck because we're unsure how to navigate the hurt we've experienced.
That's where we come in. We'll help you re-connect with one another in a new and exciting way. We will guide you through every step of the way and help you recognize your hearts and the desires you have for your marriage.
Now that you know God is asking you to step into the waterfall of your marriage, let's talk about how to experience this process.
All marriages are sequels. It's the merging of two stories into one that makes is messy. It's scary, mysterious, and risky as you bring your own history and brokenness.
We each have a way of dealing with ourselves and our own battles that either create separation or brings us together in our marriage. God invites us to examine ourselves, to move past our old self, family history, and systems, and create a new narrative of oneness with our spouse. However, if our marriages are in survival mode, we have a limited perception of our available resources.
In this session, we navigate what's going on inside each of us without shame and judgment. Once we understand how God sees us, with softness and grace, we can look at the battles going on inside of us without defensiveness and our marriage can begin to heal.
What good is our brokenness if it's not actually leading us towards a more safe and intimate relationship?
Jesus wants to be current in our marriage. He wants to travel with us through the storms and put things back together so that we are fulfilled.
In this session, we demonstrate how to do ask for and receive forgiveness from your spouse.
If we can offer hospitality to each other within our marriage, it grows in oneness.
Hospitality has the power to heal wounds. In this session, we talk about the goodness and challenges we experience when we make room for one another.
We will send couples a follow up session one week later to check-in on how their marriage is doing.