Begin the journey of transformation; continue till you find yourself conformed to the image of Christ.
When? May 25-27, 2019
Saturday 10 am - 6 pm
Sunday 2 pm - 7 pm
Monday 10 am - 6 pm
Where? Christ the King Church
The class is taught through a combination of lecture, group discussion, and small group exercises, designed to help the student identify and change established patterns of behavior that hinder spiritual development.
- Issues of the Heart models Biblically based methods of inquiry by which an individual discovers underlying motivations that control his life.
- Participants learn how to help others discover keys to greater spiritual and mental freedom.
- Participants discover how to impart to others the tools necessary for living a Christ-centered life.
Answers the following questions and more:
- Is total life transformation achievable?
- What are the 5 levels of love?
- How can you have power over your enemies?
- What is the key to developing trusting relationships?
- What 5 actions are the most damaging to relationships?
- How can you be free of controlling influences in your life?
- How can your pain be used to your advantage?
- What are the keys to mental stability?
- How can happiness be achieved in this life?
About the teacher
Since 1995 Denise Walsh has been teaching Issues of the Heart nationally and internationally. She shares candidly her own struggles that led to the discovery of the Biblical truths explored in this study.
What others say
“Issues of the Heart has been the greatest experience in my Christian life after knowing my Lord.”
—Alicia Estremadoyro, pastor of Misión Biblica Carismática in Lima, Peru
“Issues of the Heart was used of the Lord to be a turning point in my life.”
—Luis Janeiro, pastor of Plenitud Centro Christiano in Puebla, Mexico
“Taking Issues of the Heart was a wonderful experience for Monica and me. This unique approach to ministry has helped us learn to respect the feelings of others. It has greatly impacted our relationship and has equipped us for more effective ministry to one another.”
—Daniel Huang, pastor of Great Commission Church, Kaohsiung, Taiwan
Register Here or call the church office at 936-235-2830.
Before the first day of class, participants are expected to have already read the book Calvary Road by Roy Hession. To order the book online, click here.