August 30, 2018

Renovate Your Relationships

If civilization is to survive, we must cultivate the science of human relationships—the ability of all peoples, of all kinds, to live together, in the same world at peace.
-Franklin D. Roosevelt


Think for a moment about the relationships in your life. Without even trying, it’s easy to come up with a list. Our lives are full of relationships: parents, spouse, children, neighbors, co-workers, the barista at the Starbucks you frequent each morning. Relationships are everywhere!

What would it look like if your relationships were flourishing? What would it look like if you walked into your relationships feeling confident, and equipped to handle them when conflict arises? Or when things don’t work out the way you want? What would it look like if you could describe your relationships as thriving versus merely surviving?

I think if we were honest, we would all say that we want to have thriving relationships, but how?

Welcome to Relationship Reno—renovating your relationships from the inside out.

Relationship Reno is a three-week mid-sized group beginning on Tuesday, September 4, that will invite you to take a look at the relationships in your life and give you the practical tools and training for how to grow and thrive in those relationships. Cornerstone pastors Ron Baum, Karissa Harrison, and Brian Werner will walk you through real life steps you can take that will make a major impact on all relationships in your life.

And it won’t be all business—you can expect some fun activities, small group discussion at round tables, and there will be food trucks outside so you can get your grub on before the night begins. And if you have children, we’ve got you covered. Childcare will be available for $10/child for the entire three-week session.

Bring your spouse or bring a friend, you won’t want to miss this life-changing experience.


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