Choices face us within our relationships, work, and ministry. Sometimes we are aware of a specific choice that is ours to
make; at other times what we recognise is the need for change, without seeing where this leads us. Sometimes events jolt us out of our former path and we don’t know how to respond.
Coming to terms with a change imposed upon us, or discerning what change we need in our lives takes time. It is usually a
gradual process. Often it helps to have someone outside our immediate circle to help explore the choices that lie before us.
Through a group process with a series of regular
Through a day or weekend event to explore the significance of
change and share some tools for discernment when making life choices
Groups and organisations also face new pressures, opportunities and
questions: What is our vision? How do we adapt to new circumstances? How do we include people? What is our strategy? An outside facilitator can help to explore these questions and build a sense
of common purpose.