Equipped to Counsel is an 8-month training on Biblical Counseling designed to equip participants with the ability to apply the gospel in personal and specific ways to the heart and struggles of others. Through training in the theology and practice of gospel-centered counseling, participants will be prepared to care for and minister to individuals, couples, and families with a gospel-centered, biblical perspective.
Learn more and register here.
The Women’s Workshop exists to foster a deep love for the Bible, and biblical literacy among the women of The Austin Stone Community Church. This September 13-14 we’ll gather together to see what the Bible has to say about wisdom. Where does it come from? How do we get it? Why should we care? And what does wisdom have to do with Jesus? The workshop will include hands-on teaching by Jen Wilkin with specific focus on understanding the Proverbs. Interactive small-group work, lots of Q&A, and worship are also integral components of the workshop.
Learn more and sign up at austinstone.org/womensworkshop.
All of us find ourselves struggling with our own sin (addiction), sin done to us (abuse), or suffering from living in a broken world (cancer). If you are looking for hope and healing in any of these areas, then Recovery Ministries is offering a 15 week discipleship experience called Steps to Gospel Recovery to help you. Join us at either our St. John's or West campuses.
Register for a group at our St. John Campus here.
Register for a group at our West Campus here.
Losing a loved one to death—whether a child, spouse, parent, grandparent, sibling or close friend—will shake and test the commitments of our hearts and the foundations of what believe. We would love to walk alongside you in this 8 week group as you journey with God through the heartache, the doubts, and the questions that come with bereavement.
We're glad you chose to join us at the South Campus! If there's anything we can do to help you learn more or get connected, don't hesitate to let us know.
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"What Keeps Us From Loving God?" - Matt Carter
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