Who can benefit?
All adults are welcome—regardless of faith or religious background—to come, share and be met without judgment.
The purpose of Journey to Freedom is to help you uncover what’s at the root of your issues and gently challenge the unhealthy patterns in which you find yourself stuck.
Journey to Freedom might be right for you if:
- There’s an area of your life that you wish you could change.
- You’re struggling with a relationship.
- You’re having a hard time finding meaning in your life.
- You’re in a challenging situation.
- Your life isn’t where you want it to be.
Comments from past participants
“The group has really helped me figure out my feelings about family stuff and begin the process of letting go of some of the unrealistic expectations. Now at the end I feel like I know what my next steps are.”
“I felt like a failure, that weight loss and healthy eating was something I could never accomplish. Now I know that I’m ‘training’ vs. ‘trying’ and that God will help me in this area of my life too.”
“I had a lot of depression and anxiety issues. The class really helped me, especially the ‘reformation’ vs. ‘transformation’ discussion. It was really liberating, and confidence-building to think I can continue on my own now. This is the first plan I’ve ever made that wasn’t deprivation-based.”
“I joined Journey to Freedom to find what brings me joy and start making myself a priority again. I found a trust in these women. I thought that it was great that we were all in different stages of life and we could all relate, bringing different perspectives to the group. The group has really helped with my personal growth, allowing me to let go of some of my need to be perfect, developing a better body image, and learning to relax regarding things that are out of my control.”
“Participating in Journey to Freedom was a life-changing experience for me. The group helped me understand that holding in my grief was hurting not only me, but those who loved me most. By participating in the weekly sessions, I was able to release some of this emotion within a supportive group of people. The group helped me to look forward into the future in a way that will honor my mom’s memory at the same time as moving forward with my family and my career.”