Grace at the Table
Resolve the conflicts in your marriage by healing past wounds.
Most of our problems in relationships stem from the fact that we do not truly understand the other person, so rather than responding to the needs within the relationship, we react based on circumstances and expectations.
The solution: compassion. Compassion is experienced when we can see the other person for who they really are. We will use the metaphor of the table to describe the nature and restoration of relationships.
The purpose of this course is to help believers see through obstacles that cloud and compromise relationships. While this course focuses on the marriage relationship, the principles found in this simple approach relate to any kind of relationship—marriage, friendship, work, and even intercultural relationships. Relationships of all kinds encounter obstacles that can be overcome through compassion.
How Does This Course Work?
This course is ideal for both couples and small groups. Course teaching is broken down into six video sessions. The teaching in these sessions is supplemented with accompanying study guide material. It is suggested that you have the study guide on hand while viewing the video sessions.
FULL ECOURSE INCLUDES:
6 Video Sessions (includes audio sessions)
Grace at the Table Manual
Dr. Thom Gardner has ministered as a Bible teacher or pastor since 1986, and is now President of Restored Life Ministries, Inc., a ministry dedicated to spiritual growth and healing. The mission statement includes training and raising up healing teams throughout the body of Christ. Dr. Thom travels internationally speaking and teaching on spiritual formation and intimacy with God. He has authored several books including Healing the Wounded Heart, Relentless love, Living the God-Breathed Life, The Healing Journey, and Everything That Grows.
Dr. Thom holds a Doctor on Ministry focused on Spiritual Formation from Winebrenner Theological Seminary, Findlay, Ohio. Dr. Gardner is also adjunct professor of Spiritual Formation at Winebrenner Seminary. He is an adjunct professor of spiritual formation and formational prayer at the Winebrenner campus in Scotland Pennsylvania.
Dr. Thom and Restored Life Ministries also provide individual appointments for formational healing prayer as well as spiritual direction for pastors, couples, and individuals. He is available to lead retreats for the growth and transformation of believers in the body of Christ.
Dr. Thom and his wife, Carol, travel internationally to present practical workshops on marriage, family, and leadership. They equip leaders throughout the body of Christ by leading retreats using his techniques of interactive encounter of the presence of Christ through the scriptures to gain discernment and further spiritual formation.