FULL CLASS Boundaries in Life & Relationships Fall 2019

This is a past event

5 people went

Every week on Sunday

Mary's house

110 S. Cavalier Lane · Greenacres, WA

How to find us

just off Barker Exit

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Are you searching for Christ-Centered healing or Boundaries?

Come join us for this 14 week Boundaries and Relationship 101 class!

As women we need deep connected relationships with other women. Past experiences, hurts, or current challenges can leave us feeling lonely, hopeless, depressed, anxious, sleepless, fearful, with low self esteem, with eating /weight issues or feeling distant from God or others.

Women of Victory is a Biblical Based curriculum with weekly discussion group designed to offer support, education, and love through recovery of most challenges we face as women such as:

Past abuse, victimization, neglect, infidelity, post abortion, divorce, sexual violation, abandonment, depression, loneliness, isolation, lack of motivation/drive, weight & health issues, hopelessness, distance from God, grieving the loss of marriage, relationships, hopes, or loved ones.

Women of Victory groups will help you gain mastery in Boundaries, forgiveness, mercy, Christ-like love for others, communication with spouse/dates/other women, overcoming past hurts, forgiveness of others and self, and so much more?

Come join us at one of our connection and support groups.

Women of Victory groups have a maximum of 15 women and remain open for the first 8 weeks then we close the doors so the group can bond, connect, share authenticity, be vulnerable, share confidences with each other grow through the process together.

Spokane Women of Victory groups are led by Mary Davies, a Professional Certified Life and Relationship and Behavior Coach. Each class lasts 3 hours with a break for snacks/stretching etc. There is a suggested donation of $10.00 to assist with materials etc. however please don't let finances be your deciding factor. The duration of the class is recommended for 1 year to develop, grow, process through life together in a connected and safe group and typical groups stay close knit for a lifetime of friendship and some move forward to coach and mentor others.

Mary Davies, CPC[masked] or email with more questions