Winning the War in Your Mind - An Evening Women's Study
What you think shapes who you are. If your thoughts are out of control, your life will be as well. Both the Bible and modern science provide evidence that this is true. In recent years, a discipline of psychology called cognitive behavioral therapy has gained popularity. This discipline is rooted in an understanding that many problems--from eating disorders to relational challenges, addictions, and even some forms of depression--are rooted in negative patterns of thinking. Treating those problems begins with changing that thinking.
This has many parallels with Scripture. In Paul's letter to the Philippians, he writes about turning our thoughts to certain types of things (truth, purity, loveliness...) and putting them into practice so that we experience God's peace. In this study led by Keeley Blackstock, we will dive deeper into the principles outlined in his book to reveal the strategies he has discovered that will change your mind and, by extension, your life for the long term. This study meets every other week.
Book available here.
Workbook available here.