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Relational Intimacy - Pursuing Closeness & Connection

The health of our relationships reveal the health of our souls. Intimacy in relationships requires trust and transparency. That is difficult if we are guarded, ashamed, or hurting. The Southeast Care Team is leading a 6-week workshop that will explore ways that we can develop closeness and connection in our relationships with Christ, ourself, and others.

Meets weekly / Beg. June 8 / Mondays @ Shelby County Campus - 7:00 p.m. // Thursdays @ Blankenbaker Campus - 7:45 p.m. // Online Option 


  • False Intimacy: Settling for relational replacements - Nick Buda, PSAP (June 8)
  • Safe People: Avoiding giving your pearls to pigs - Linda Allen, MHC (June 15)
  • Vulnerability - Getting scary close. Overcoming fears of intimacy - Nathan Thompson, LPCC (June 22)
  • Relational Trauma – Working through the impacts of victimization - Julie Gould, LPC (June 29)
  • Communion with Christ: How Jesus affects our closeness with others - Jeff Gilbertson, LMFT (July 6)
  • Closeness with Ourselves: How self-evaluation and integrity close the intimacy gap - Dave Spruell, MPC (July 13)