Partner with life’s change to break fear and anxiety
We all know change is inevitable, right? Every new season is an opportunity for growth and greater authority. In looking back, you can identify that in every transition you encountered there has been an opportunity to step into the next level of maturity. Of course, we all want to reap the benefits of maturity and greater authority – then why do we resist change and find it so challenging to embrace? Perhaps the answer can be found in our perception of risk as we fear what the change may bring.
Evidence of this resistance is found in procrastination, frustration, and stress which can all create new experiences of disappointment. Blocking change can also ultimately create experiences of disappointment, leading to a perfect environment to develop anxiety. Disappointment makes you work from what you know, you’re known behaviors and emotions. But change forces you to work from new behaviors and emotions, creating God’s desired growth for your life. Adapting to change and developing the skills required to deal with change, sets you up to experience freedom from disappointment and anxiety while producing growth and maturity
**Classes and Homework are hosted on this platform for lifetime access.
The goal of this course is to give you the tools to be able to respond to life with the adaptability and flexibility that produce greater maturity in your life.
- Learn Skills to Prevent Disappointment and Insecurity
- Learn how to Embrace Change with Courage
- Understand the Stages of Change and How to Partner with it
- Learn the Tools for Change to be Your Strength (not a trap)
- Learn how to access the Power of Joy in Your Circumstances
4 thoughts on “Embracing Change”
Hello fellow students!
Hi JoJo! Thank you for setting up all of this amazing and helpful technology!
You’re welcome. Thank you for your encouraging words. I’m glad to use the skills that our Lord has given me to help Kingdom Foundations in any way possible.
Hi Change class. Thank you for being a safe place to practice creative challenges. After praying to close tonight’s class, my heart was beating out of my chest and the sweat was pouring from me– but it was good. “Thank you, Holy Spirit, for meeting us here, there and everywhere. Amen.”
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