Trudi talks about the responsibilities of our life. When we draw our personal property lines, we are determining the things for which we are responsible – and also for which we are NOT responsible.
A short video intro to our new subject – Good Fences.
Does it ever seem like someone left the door to your life open and a bunch of craziness came in? Do you ever wonder if you’re saying yes to something you should refuse – or saying no when you should say yes? Does it ever feel like other people have more control of your life than you do?
Join us beginning January 3, 2010 as we begin a new subject – Good Fences: Keeping the Crazies Out, Letting the Friendlies In.
Good fences don’t only make good neighbors, they make good parents, good spouses, and good friends.
We will focus on the choices and decisions that need to be made to make our relationships healthy and loving. We will discuss when it’s okay to say no – and when we should say yes. We will explore the impact these choices have on all the relationships we experience.
We hope you join us in person to enjoy the camaraderie of class time. If you can’t make it, the class will be podcast here each week, and you can join the conversation online. You can also submit your comments and questions to our Facebook page.
We look forward to seeing and hearing from you!
Tim finishes our study based on the teachings of Mark Gungor with a serious discussion of relationships and forgiveness.
[Note: There was no podcast for December 6, 2009. We spent the entire class time watching video, so there was nothing to record. There will also be no recording for December 27, when we held our class Christmas party.]
Trudi talks about the scorekeeping in marriage and how men and women keep and score points differently.