We are excited to partner with Redeemer Counseling Services to host a series of workshops to serve our congregation and community.
The last few years have been difficult. We've experienced so many challenges; we've weathered a pandemic, grieved the loss of loved ones, experienced massive social changes, moved into new neighborhoods, started new families -- just to name a few. Many of us are anxious. We've endured these changes with limited community and support. We're overwhelmed and have been so busy staying afloat that we haven't been able to reflect and assess ourselves.
King's Cross has invited some counselors from Redeemer Counseling Services to lead a series of workshops to help us process together and work through some of our challenges in family and life. Even if the topic may not directly address your most pressing concerns, come! You may be surprised at what you'll learn.
April 24 / Ashley Buechele
Every parent asks themselves this question throughout their parenting journey: Am I doing this right? During this workshop we are going to talk about some core parenting goals as well as how the gospel impacts us as we strive for these goals.
May 22 / Ellen Lee
We love our children and want them to grow up healthy, happy, successful and faithful in the Lord. And we have been entrusted with the responsibility and privilege of raising them unto God. But often we’re not quite sure how and feel pulled by competing pressures.
In this session, we’ll clarify goals and values as we look at:
June 26 / Dr. Margaret Yoon
Dr. Yoon will provide a framework for the fast evolving narrative of gender and guidance in how to wisely and compassionately enter into conversations about gender with children. We will also have the opportunity to ask Dr. Yoon questions and to connect and process with others.