Living Waters Hosts Family Support Session

Oct. 26, 2010

Got family issues? Wondering why you do things the way you do? Need some support?

Come! This may be a turning time and tipping point for you!

Living Waters Contemplative Life Center at Tippecanoe Presbyterian Church

and The Healing Space on Main join together to present:

"Family Systems Work From A Soul Perspective"

We Welcome Back As Our guides: Ron Anderson and Gerlinde Gelina on Saturday November 6th from 9:30am - 3:30pm.

Family Constellation Group Therapy is a healing process that helps to release the flow of energy through the generations so that love moves forward in families. “Learn how it helps heal families who hurt. See how it works to restore love. Experience how it can transform your life and your family.”

$45 Donation requested….or your best offering! Your presence matters! Please bring your own lunch. Liquid refreshment provided throughout the day. Please arrive to register and enjoy a cup of coffee at 9am.

REGISTRATION REQUIRED.. SPACES STILL AVAILABLE .. CALL: 414-481-4680

Hosted at Tippecanoe Presbyterian Church 125 W. Saveland Avenue in the Bayview Area of Milwaukee. To know more about our hosts, check out…thehealingspaceonmain.com and tippechurch.org, lwclc.org

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