Timothy S. Lane, M.Div., D. Min. Tim is Executive Director and faculty member at CCEF and has been counseling for more than 25 years. He has previous experience in both campus and pastoral ministry, including serving as a PCA pastor for ten years in Clemson, SC. He is the author of several mini-books (Conflict, Practicing Forgiveness: Joining Wisdom and Love, Family Feuds, Freedom from Guilt, and Temptation). He is also the co-author of How People Change and Relationships: A Mess Worth Making. In addition, he is the co-author of CCEF’s Transformation Series Curriculum: How People Change; and the newly released Change and Your Relationships-A Mess Worth Making Study Guide.
2012 CEP General Assembly Women’s Program:
The Gospel and Your Relationships
Every day our lives are filled with opportunities to experience the Gospel, and these often come through the relationships that fill our lives. How do we learn to walk with humility, gentleness, and love? What do we do when we experience conflict? How does God take the “ordinary” or even the painful moments of our relationships, and transform them into opportunities for growth and change? In this session we will explore these and other questions, and we will discover that Scripture speaks persuasively and practically about our relationships and the redemption that we can experience through them.