How’s your soul? Feeling dry. Kind of tired. Maybe just apathetic.
Or maybe it feels worse. Are you angry with God about something? Confused? Frustrated?
It’s common to have times when you don’t feel strong and refreshed in your inner man, but you don’t have to stay that way! Help is available. A vibrant active reconnect with God awaits!
Soul Care has become a buzzword in many circles of late, but what does it really mean?
In our Soul Care Personal Retreat we talk about just that – what exactly Soul Care is – and much more as well.
John Ortberg starts his book “Soul Keeping” with a story about a stream and how it affected the village it ran through. I won’t ruin the story for you, but suffice it to say that a healthy soul can be like a healthy stream running through your life.
Kind of reminds me of the river of life we sang about as kids, “Spring up oh well, within my soul.”
Check out this most recent Bridges Coaching offering as my husband and I explore what a healthy soul means and give you practical interactive steps to invest in the care of your soul. As the Care Pastor of a mid sized growing church Eric has cause to work with many people who need soul care.
In fact our dive into the meaning of soul care started last year when our lead pastor asked Eric and I to plan a soul care retreat for our staff. We all had a deep refreshing and real time with God on that blessed day and this video course is a product of that time.
The Soul Care Personal Retreat can be used for:
- a personal sabbatical day/season
- a staff retreat (ask me about group rates)
- a couples spiritual tune up
- a small group curriculum
There are multiple sessions that could be done in one day, spread over a weekend or season, or done weekly.
Refreshing is something the strong do to remain connected in their active relationship with God.
Refreshing is something the tired do to fuel their weary soul.
Refreshing is something we all need to invest in to keep our stream flowing well.
Plan your own season of refreshing. Soul Care is yours for the making.
*Special thanks to Chelsea Phillips for this refreshing cover and notebook design, acknowledgments to Bryan March for the “Keeper of the Stream” video and Elim Gospel Church for letting us use it and of course a very special thanks to my co-teacher and husband Eric Scott!