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

Introduction to Rapha Brochure »

UPCOMING EVENTS:

 

Blended, Extended and Adoptive Families: Creating an Emotionally Secure Environment for Everyone [ALL WELCOME]

When: Friday, May 2 @ 6:00-9:00PM
Where: Mission & Quest rooms @ The Commons
Cost: $20 / person
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Welcoming a child that is not a birth child presents numerous challenges for the parent, for the child, and for other children who may be part of the family. Conflict is a common occurrence. These challenges are increased if the parent or child has a traumatic history of their own or brings other cultural values. Some of us grew up in these situations or we may marry into a blended family, or even adopt.

Join Dr. Peter Holmes and Dr. Susan Williams as they make a number of practical suggestions on how to create an emotionally secure environment for everyone and what to do when difficulties arise, whether historic or current. The evening will include an opportunity for questions.

 

Growing New Ways With God and Others: Learning How to Embrace Positive Change [ALL WELCOME]

When: Saturday, May 3 @ 9:00AM-12:00PM
Where: Auditorium @ The Commons
Cost: $20 / person
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God challenges all of us to change in our journey of discipleship, becoming more of who He has created us to be. But change does not come easily to any of us. In this mini-workshop, Dr Peter Holmes and Dr Susan Williams will explore how we can change and how we can help those around us change.

You will learn:
- why us changing is so important to God
- how to change in positive ways and how to grow new habits
- an introduction to the psychology and sociology of change
- how to live with joy

Registration opens at 8:30am and refreshments are available. We look forward to seeing you there!

 

Evening Women’s Rapha Clinic (with Dr. Susan Williams) [WOMEN ONLY]

When: Thursday, May 1 @ 6:30-9:00 PM
Where: Mission & Quest rooms @ The Commons
Cost: None!
Ladies, if you are wanting some help on your discipleship journey or want to see what it’s all about, this is a great place for you. Susan will be available to help you if you are feeling stuck or need some help diagnosing a piece of homework. If you don’t have a question but want to come, you are welcome too. There’s always a lot of learning that goes on!

 

Evening Men’s Rapha Clinic (with Dr. Peter Holmes) [MEN ONLY]

When: Thursday, May 1 @ 6:30-9:00 PM
Where: King Arthur Clubhouse [81 Gallahad Way Bozeman]
Cost: None!
Men, if you are wanting some help on your discipleship journey or want to see what it’s all about, this is a great place for you. Peter will be available to help you if you are feeling stuck or need some help diagnosing a piece of homework. If you don’t have a question but want to come, you are welcome too. There’s always a lot of learning that goes on!

 

Womanhood: Friend or Foe? Lies, Stereotypes, and God’s Perspective [ALL WELCOME]

When: Friday, June 6, 2014 – Sunday, June 8, 2014
Where: Bucks T-4 Lodge in Big Sky, Montana
Early Registration Costs: $175 for quadruple occupancy; $205 for triple occupancy; $210 for double occupancy (Please indicate if you have roommate preferences)
Online registration coming soon.
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: MAY 26, 2014

Scholarships are available!

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God gave womanhood as a gift, but many of us have not been able to explore and embrace its potential. It’s a fundamental part of who we are and God intends that we should live at peace in it and enjoy it. This popular women’s workshop explores themes of enjoying womanhood, undoing lies, discovering your uniqueness as a woman, and learning how to be yourself in all the roles that you carry in your life as a woman.

Join Dr. Susan Williams for a weekend of teaching, discussion, Q&A, and some space to consider what we’ve been learning. There will also be diagnostics and support for any who have particular issues to address.

The weekend begins with dinner on Friday at 6:00 PM (registration at 5:30 PM) and will continue until Sunday at 11:00 AM. All workshop materials, meals, and accommodations are included in this price. The registration deadline is May 26th. There are scholarships available for anyone having financial difficulties, so please contact us!
Sorry, no childcare for this event.