Question: I’ve been to several of the Summit counseling seminars and notice there appears to be a couple of different kinds. You frequently recommend studying them as a small group or with a friend. That seems like a great idea, but since I haven’t done that before I’m not quite sure how to start something like that. Do you mind giving me guidance?
Resources: Here are several resources that can be useful in preparing for of following up with the conversation discussed in this VLOG post.
- Here is a link to each of the “Creating a Gospel-Centered Marriage” seminars:
- Here is a link to each of our 9 Step seminars:
- Overcoming Anger
- Taking the Journey of Grief with Hope
- False Love: Overcoming Sexual Sin from Pornography to Adultery
- True Betrayal: Overcoming the Betrayal of Your Spouse’s Sexual Sin
- Future seminars will be posted at www.bradhambrick.com/videos
- To learn more about our pre-marital mentoring opportunities click here.
- The four questions recommended to guide small group discussions are:
- What did you learn that was new to you about this subject?
- What did you learn that was helpful for your personal growth?
- What did you learn that was helpful in your caring for others?
- How did grow in your understanding of the gospel’s relevance for life?
- For more information about formal counseling options available through Summit visit here.
To review the other questions addressed in this VLOG series click here.
Note: The VLOG (video-blog) Q&A is a regular series on my blog. If you would like to submit a question, it can be e-mailed to Summit’s admin over counseling at email@example.com (please note this is an administrative account; no individual or family counsel is provided through e-mail). Please limit your questions to 3-7 sentences. This is not a forum for to request or receive counseling. No responses will be sent to questions other than those selected for a video response.