If you’re struggling with the death of a loved one or the end of a marriage, you’re encouraged to find hope and healing through care groups at Christ Fellowship in McKinney. The church is offering DivorceCare and GriefShare weekly starting Aug. 23. Children and teens can attend DivorceCare for Kids, and The Big D: Divorce through the Eyes of a Teen.
These care groups continue on Tuesday evenings through Nov. 15.
GriefShare is a 13-week grief recovery seminar for those people grieving the loss of a friend or family member. The goal of the seminar is to honor the memory of the one you have lost, gain a deeper dependence upon God, establish deeper connections with other people, and more fully grasp the hope of heaven.
DivorceCare provides a friendly, caring group of people who will walk alongside you and your children as you go through one of life’s most difficult experiences. DivorceCare is a 13-week video seminar featuring
nationally recognized experts on separation and divorce recovery topics. Some of the issues addressed include anger, depression, loneliness, forgiveness and reconciliation.
DivorceCare for Kids and Teens are two separate seminars that provide essential help when your children are angry, hurt and confused by divorced. This is a safe, fun place where your children will learn: to understand their feelings; to express their emotions appropriately; to develop coping skills; and be introduced to biblical concepts that will provide comfort.
For more information go to www.christfellowshipeldorado.com or contact Mike Stewart, care pastor at Christ Fellowship: email@example.com or 972-547-7009.
Christ Fellowship also offers a weekly, year around recovery group called Celebrate Recovery. This is a biblically-based, Christ-centered, 12-step program that helps people find hope and healing in all areas of life. This recovery program uniquely presents Jesus Christ as the only Higher Power able to set us free from all kinds of hurts, habits and hang-ups. The group meets Fridays at 7pm. Confidentiality and anonymity are of the utmost importance. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 972.547.7000.