Rapha Journey

RAPHA (Hebrew): to repair, restore, make whole.

Rapha is not just about healing… this journey is about becoming whole. God promises that He can bring lasting wholeness in every area of our lives, transforming us from our inner spirit outward. It is up to each of us to decide if we will partner with Him to become more of the true person we are created to be.

INTRODUCTION TO RAPHA

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Upcoming Events:

Having a Redemptive Summer

When: Friday, June 3rd from 6:30-9pm

Where: The Commons at Baxter & Love
Cost: Free! (A freewill offering will be taken during the workshop.)

Registration: Register online here, email rapha@journeyweb.net or call 406-922-0190.

Summers can be long and exhausting for a parent or guardian. We usually begin with high hopes and perhaps lots of great ideas. We have a list of activities and plans. But what if we could use the summer to invest in a transformative way to learn to laugh together, to deepen relationships, to unlock growth and freedom, and to heal hurts?

We have a three month opportunity to bring change to family dynamics, to help our kids discover new dimensions of their personhood and lay a foundation for the new academic year.

In this child development workshop Dr. Peter Holmes and Dr. Susan Williams will explore some ideas to help you let loose a summer for your family that you can all look back on with a smile.


The Illusion of Control: Exploring God’s Perspective

When: Wednesday, June 8th from 6:30-9pm

Where: The Commons at Baxter & Love
Cost: Free! (A freewill offering will be taken during the workshop.)
Registration: Register online here, email rapha@journeyweb.net or call 406-922-0190.

Do you find yourself frustrated when things don’t go your way? Can you become obsessed with the smallest details in planning an event or activity? Do you believe you know what is best for others and that “fixing them” is the solution to making your life and their life better? Are you a workaholic or a perfectionist?

Some control is healthy and allows us to create safety for ourselves and others and ‘self-control’ is a fruit of the Spirit and something God calls us to. However, our need to control others, circumstances and our environment is often driven by unhealthy fear, or an unwillingness or inability to perceive ourselves as powerless in a situation.

Control affects many of our relationships and Peter Holmes & Susan Williams want to unpack that with you in this workshop. We will explore what Scripture has to say about control, ways to undo the unrighteous control in our lives, and how to respond to others trapped in unhealthy cycles of control.