“The Shack” Book Discussion Group
Book Group: The Shack, by William P. Young.
Have you read The Shack? Seen the movie?
If so, would you like to explore further how the challenges in your life can expand and heal you rather than wound and break you?
According to the author, William P. Young, the title of the book is a metaphor for “the house you build out of your own pain.” He says the book itself “is a metaphor for the places you get stuck, you get hurt, you get damaged…the thing where shame or hurt is centered.”
Join Jill Johnson, MA
, as she walks you through this 8 week guided discussion and exploration of how to use our “stuck places” as a foundation from which to grow.
Jill says, “Our intention is to discover our own Stories and move beyond those places we may feel stuck or lost on our own journey. We may discover that healing, transformation, faith and relationship all occur through experiencing The Divine Love that is available to all of us through the pain that is inevitable in our human lives.”
- experienced trauma;
- lost a loved one;
- felt stuck in grief;
- wondered why bad things happen to “good” people;
- wanted to make sense, on a soul level, of life’s tragedies;
- desired to cultivate love, compassion and forgiveness in your relationships to yourself and others.
The group will be held onThursdays from 6:00 – 7:30, starting some time in the Fall, 2017.
Click here to buy the book from Amazon. Or you can purchase it at your local book store.
Cost is $80 for the full 8 classes; plus a bonus screening of the movie on Saturday, September 2.
There are a limited number of seats for this group, so don’t wait.
Click here to register.