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How Do I love Thee and Me? Self-Image and Relationship with God

  • November 16, 2011
  • 3:30 PM - 6:14 PM
  • St. John's Episcopal Cathedral, 13th & Washington, Denver


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Continuing Education for Spiritual Directors

How Do I love Thee and Me? Self-Image and Relationship with God -- with Dr. Margaret Arms

Wed, Nov 16, ’11, 4–6:15 p.m. (networking, fellowship, and refreshments, 3:30–4 p.m.) Cost: $15 to $35, as you are able)

Topic    How often do we hear our directees wonder how God can possibly love them because they experience themselves as so unlovable or unworthy? Explore how the ways we experience ourselves affect the way we relate to God, and how we understand who God is. Using a power point presentation, we will explore how questions of self-esteem, self-image, and “being made in the image of God” show up in spiritual direction practice. The workshop will also include experiential and interactive work in small and large group conversation.

Presenter  Dr. Margaret Arms is a spiritual director in Colorado Springs and teaches at the Benedictine Spiritual Formation Program where she also supervises a group of second year students. She teaches a class on Self-Image and Relationship to God from which this workshop evolved. She sits on the Spiritual Direction Colorado Committee where she coordinates the regional gatherings of spiritual directors.

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We envision a Colorado where spiritual guidance permeates peoples’ lives, faith communities and human organizations, transforming life for all, especially the most vulnerable.

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