Do you turn to behaviours which do not get you what you want?
Freedom Session offers a discipleship journey to greater freedom so that you can live in what our Catechism expresses in the last part of the answer in Q&A 1: “Because I belong to him, Christ, by his Holy Spirit, assures me of eternal life and makes me wholeheartedly willing and ready from now on to live for him.”
If you are not wholeheartedly willing and ready to live for Jesus, please consider the Freedom Session discipleship journey. Jesus said: “The thief’s purpose is to steal and kill and destroy. My purpose is to give them a rich and satisfying life” (John 10:10).
The next session (an 8-week follow up session) starts February 12, 2018 at Living Hope @ 7:00pm
“GETTING REAL WITH GOD, MYSELF, and OTHERS”
Rudy, one of our Freedom Session Leaders, shares his experience:
“Freedom Session gives me tools to deal with the issues of the day. The learning journey is not done for me. The Freedom Session tools help me see myself as more forgiven – I realize I am on a journey and still growing. I’d like to say I am done, but I am not.”
Colin VanderPloeg, former pastor at Living Hope, writes about his experience attending Freedom Session:
“In 2011, I attended Freedom Session for the first time. I knew very little about it, except that this was what the Lord had placed in front of me. I did know that, like everyone I have ever met, I have broken parts of my life story that were having way too much influence on me. Through Freedom Session the Lord took me on a journey of discipleship and healing. He has given me a deeper understanding of myself, a clearer awareness of my own struggles with old habits and unhealthy ways of dealing with stress and hurts, as well as leading me in steps forward into healing and positive change according His pattern in His Word. Seems that Jesus really meant what He said, that He has come to give us life and life fuller. I would encourage anyone to give Freedom Session a try. See what the Lord might do for you. Peace to you in Christ, Pastor Colin Vander Ploeg.”