Here are some helpful, free resources to aid with your personal development or small group programs.

Guided Comfort Circle

Watch Kay lead a couple through a comfort circle and discover the root of their core complaint about each other.

Tools for the Comfort Circle

Comfort Circle Guide for the Listener

This worksheet guide helps to increase self-awareness by allowing feelings to surface in order to observe, describe and understand them without judging them as right or wrong, good or bad. Use this worksheet for journaling to deepen your awareness. 

Soul Words

A helpful word-reference guide that enables you to accurately describe your feelings (Avoiders will really love this!).

How to Understand Your Quiz Results

This PDF will help you to understand your quiz results and will answer the following questions: 

  1. What does the number of my score mean?
  2. What if I had scores close together in two categories?
  3. What if I had high scores in three or more categories?
  4. None of my scores were above 4. What does this mean?
  5. Where do I start?

10 Romantic Dates & Ideas

We put together 10 Romantic Dates & Ideas as a response to the high pressure of Valentine’s Day. Don’t get us wrong, we love the concept of couples doing something special for each other, but it can be year around and it can be simple. Showing real attention, care and understanding for each other goes a lot further than overpriced flowers and chocolates. We hope you enjoy some of our ideas and that it can help inspire you to other creative ideas.

Resolution: Repairing After a Rupture 

This resource will help guide you into your goal to restore connection after an argument or conflict.

Learning to Leave Your Parents

This PDF is a guide to you as an adult son or daughter or as the parent of adult sons or daughters as you seek to understand more fully God’s design for the family as it progresses from generation to generation. 

Triggers Worksheet: The Hidden Forces that Fuel Our Reactivity 

When a person’s behavior, words, moods or reactions in the present touch a childhood wound in us and remind us of a painful experience in our past we will have an exaggerated response.