Led by Lori Jagow Sundays at 10:15 AM from April 28 - May 19
Do you have trouble saying no to needy people? Would you like to improve your marriage? Have you ever wondered why kids from good homes end up troubled?
This five-week class will explore answers to these questions, and examine both theoretical and Biblical applications of healthy relationships in a troubled world and its application. Each week will explore a different topic: relationships are an emotional process, how to handle difficult people, marriage and family, and practical applications for all our relationships. Register in advance by contacting Lori Jagow at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will use the book Extraordinary Relationships by Roberta Gilbert, and it will be available for purchase at class. This class will use a family systems approach to better relationships. A Bible is also needed.
About Lori: Lori studied postgraduate with the Association for Clinical Pastoral Education, Inc. (ACPE). She graduated from Empire State College with a Bachelor’s degree in counseling and has had 20 years of experience in social work and ministry. Lori continues her graduate studies in Family Systems Theory, consultation, writing, and ministry. She is also a member of the Samaritan Pastoral Counseling Center team and has a counseling ministry at PCUMC.