How do we navigate life in a sexually explicit world? How do we love God, others and ourselves in a hyper-sexualized culture?
Redemption Church in partnership with Journey Canada invites you to two workshops that will examine what Scripture says about sexuality. We'll also look at the challenges of living out the biblical vision for relationships and sexuality and why living it out matters. Save the dates for the two sessions listed below! No RSVP needed (unless you require childcare - RSVP to Lisl by May 1st) and admission is by donation.
Saturday, May 6 from 9:30-11:30am
In session one, we'll look at some of the roots of the broken ways we relate to one another and some keys in the journey toward wholeness. Approximately half of this session will address the biblical vision for sexuality and the biblical basis for that vision.
*Childcare is available. Please RSVP to Lisl by May 1st
Saturday, May 13 from 9:30-11:30am
Session two will focus on the role of leadership and discipleship in developing a healthy Church community. We'll provide some tools for walking with one another in the healing journey including some key spiritual practices. We will conclude with some current challenges that the church is facing as we continue to walk out the biblical vision for relationships and sexuality. Approximately half of this session will address the biblical vision for sexuality and the biblical basis for that vision.
*Childcare is available. Please RSVP to Lisl by May 8th.
Journey Canada facilitators include:
Mardi Dolfo-Smith, a Regent College graduate and Pastor of Discipleship at North Shore Alliance Church. Mardi and her husband Tony have been married for 28 years and for most of this time have been involved in leading and teaching with Journey Canada, a ministry focused on helping people find hope and live life through experiencing Jesus in their relationships and sexuality.
Andrew Lakin, a staff member of Journey Canada. Andrew is married to Joanne and has 3 wonderful children and a dog that he likes some of the time. He has been working with Journey Canada since 1999 and has been on staff in Vancouver for the last 7 years.