If you want to:
Individuals. You learn to understand yourself and are equipped with life skills that help deal with various life challenges.
Families. You learn how to respond to marital conflict, rebellious or delinquent children, and emotional detachment from one another.
Leaders. If you are a professional, pastor, full-time church worker, or someone in a leadership position, you get equipped with life coaching and mentoring skills.
12 Steps. 17 Lessons.
The 12 steps are basic. These steps are simple, practical in application, systematic, and progressive. Learning and applying the 12 Steps make major life change possible through God. The program is a continuing journey, which one adopts as a lifestyle.
Step study. Large meeting. Assignment.
During a step study, the life coach guides the discussion as the participants identify and explore their workbook answers in relation to the particular lesson or step. The life coach also helps the participants take steps toward resolving issues within the program guidelines.
After the step study session, a large meeting is held and the next lesson is presented. This meeting begins with worship songs and is followed by one or two testimonies from former participants.
At the end of each session, the participants are given time to reflect on the questions and answer the assignments on their workbook. They have the whole week until the next Glorious Hope session to do this. The assignments are carefully designed exercises that explore the participant’s personal life in a non-confrontational manner.
3 Glorious Hope workbooks — orange, green, and yellow.
Each workbook has a specific theme and purpose as indicated by their color.
Usually, 20 weeks.