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Have you ever had difficulty trying to change a habit? Human beings are creatures of habit. We tend to continue acting as we have acted in the past. Like a river flowing through a canyon, the longer a habit continues, the more deeply it becomes ingrained, and the harder it is to change. This is true of all habits, good or bad.
Ephesians 4:22-24 shows that major changes must occur when we are converted to serve God. Old practices and attitudes must be replaced by new ones. Christians must learn good habits like Bible study, prayer, love, faith, patience, attending church meetings, giving, teaching others, etc. We must also eliminate bad habits like foul language, uncontrolled temper, gambling, drugs, smoking, drinking, gossip, lying, pornography, sexual promiscuity, etc.
Knowing what changes to make is not enough. We also need to know how to make them. Change does not come easily. Since the Scriptures provide us to all good works (2 Timothy 3:16,17), they give all the guidance we need. God's word is the best source of guidance for self-help and motivation for self-improvement.
Course 105: Improve YOURSELF, Improve Your Marriage
7 Weeks, 1 Day a Week
Do you wish your marriage could be better but your spouse isn’t interested? Are there changes you’d like to see in your spouse but you don’t know how to even broach the subject? A couple should ideally work together on their relationship, but if you find yourself going at it alone, don’t despair. We have learned, improving YOURSELF will indirectly help you to improve your marriage. How, do you ask? Let us teach you!
During this 7 week course, we will cover:
Week 1 MINDSET of Change! Locating Self!
Week 2 My Paradigm, My Change, Our Growth
Week 3 Your past will KILL your Future! What must you change!
Week 4 Your Focus, Your Problem
Week 5 Setting Your Attitude and KEEPING It Set
Week 6 I am a Godly Wife, Now what does that look like
Week 7 My Personal Mission Statement of Change and Improvement
Although it takes two to tango, it only takes one to affect change in a relationship. When we break unhelpful patterns by doing things differently, it has a ripple effect. One person’s change can allow the other to experience the relationship differently and change as well. Even if you feel you are the one who is doing all of the work in the relationship, consider these new ways to improve your marriage by improving yourself and be pleasantly surprised at the outcome.
$147 Registration (til Jan 19th) $247 (After)
Begins Thursday, January 26, 2016