This quote is from John Calvin, and he is not the only one to express this line of thinking. Augustine, for example, asked in his Confessions, “How can you draw close to God if you are far from your own self?” What they were speaking to is that our understanding of self and the level to which we are attentive to our inner lives will have tremendous impact on our relationship with God. This is what we mean to explore in our Fall Classes under the heading Knowledge of Self.
The first track, four classes long, will focus on Being Human. That is, we will look to understand ourselves in a broad sense. We will discuss what it means to be a human being in relation to our creator, apart of his story.
The second track, three classes long, we will focus on Being You (Specifically). That is, we will look to understand ourselves with some level of specificity. To do this we will use the Enneagram as a tool. We’ll look to uncover how God has uniquely designed each of us and what that means for how we can be healthy (or remain unhealthy).
All class will take place on Wednesday nights from 6:30p – 7:30p. Childcare will be provided, along with light snacks. FOR THESE REASONS WE NEED YOU TO LET US KNOW YOU’RE COMING. PLEASE RSVP THROUGH THE LINK BELOW.