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on page 2, items are highlighted in yellow, future events on page 1 - feel free to add the May 2nd Is Marriage Hard Work or Great Reward - location was determined since newsletter was issued. Please add Good Friday Luncheon and other April events - except family camp, it starts tomorrow, and is almost full. (could not highlight those on this doc.)
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  GSM Beaverton Office April 2, ActivityDateDayTimeTitle / Description PrayerOn-going Mon 7:30-8:30AMIntercessory PrayerGroupOn-going6:30-8:30PMAbuse Recovery Group, Ruth V.GroupOn-going6:30 - 8PMHope Alive, Dorothea S., Vancouver Office, Support group forfamily members who have children/grandchildren with addiction GroupOn-going Tue 6-8PMAbuse Recovery Group, Kathy L.PrayerOn-going7-9PMHealing Prayer, David W., Vancouver OfficeFellowshipOn-going Wed 10:30-NoonLife-Giving Group, Laura F. (Potluck Lunch)ClassOn-going4:30-6PMLay Counselor Training & Supervision (Not 1st Weds)GroupMar 14-Apr 186:30 - 8:30PMMen's Group, Mike McCoyClassApr 4-May 16 6:30-8:30PMLay Counselor Training (No Class May 2)  GroupOn-going Thur 8:30-10:30AMRelational Learning Group, Jill R.Fun/ShopOn-going10AM-3PMSam's Attic 8123 SE 17th St. PDX (antiques, etc.)ClassMarch 15-June 146-7:30PMForgiveness: Finding Freedom and Fulfillment, Pat T.ClassApril 5,12,19,266-7:30PMInterpersonal Effectiveness (DBT Skills Training)ClassMay 3,10,17,246-7:30PMDistress Tolerance (DBT Skills Training)Fun/Eat/Shop June 15 - July13 Fri 11AM - 4PMHelvetia Lavender Farm: Tea Pavilion, Shop, LavenderFields, 12814 NW Bishop Road, HillsboroClassMay 5,12, 19, June 2 Sat 9-NoonWomen's Class by Tana K.: Boundaries in Dating(Sherwood Community Friends Church)Fun/Eat/Shop June 16-July1411AM - 4PMHelvetia Lavender Farm: Tea Pavilion, Shop, LavenderFields, 12814 NW Bishop Road, HillsboroFun/Eat/ShopOn-going11AM-4PMSam's Attic 8123 SE 17th St. PDX Monthly Meetings Prayer3rd Sat.7:30-9PMIntercessory PrayerFun/Eat/Shop 3rd Sat 9AM-5PM; 3rd Sun Noon-5PMThe Art Barn, 24271 SW Baker Rd. Sherwood OR 97140 Fellowship Last Saturday 11-3PMBiblical Musicianship Training & Activation, JaneLay Coun.1st Weds.4:30-6PMLay Counselor Monthly SupervisionInterns3rd Tues.Noon-1PMProfessional Counseling Group SupervisionInt'l2nd Sat6:30-9PMCameroon Satellite Meeting   Good Friday Luncheon (Bettie Mitchell, speaker)   (Sign up!)   April 6, Fri,, seating at 11:45, program Noon-3PMDiscovering You and Breaking Co-Dependence, Jane KeohaneApril 11-13 Wed-Friday10AM-3PMListening for Success, Comm. Lite , Jim/Rick Fri 6-9PM, Sat 9-4 April 13, 14, Fri-SatF 6-9PM, S 9-4PMBible Teacher TrainingApril 21, Saturday9AM-4PMRace for Hope (5K Run/Walk, benefitting Widow and Orphans Sat.)April 28, Saturday10AM Race StartSatellite Team Building Exercise (Support Race for Hope)April 28, Saturday6AM-3PMSatellite Leader TrainingApril 28, Saturday3-6PMIs Marriage Hard Work or Great Reward? Bettie and Jerry Mitchell Celebrate60 Years of Marriage; Potluck Dinner and Teaching NightMay 2, Wednesday, BethelCongregational, Beaverton 6-9PMWO Book ClubMay 4, Friday1-3PMI Want to Find a Job, Pam GrossMay17,18,21,22, Thur, Fri, Mon. Tue., 9:30 - NoonBible Teacher TrainingJune 2, Saturday9-3, 11AM Brunch Int'l Day of Prayer,   Sunday, June 3, 6-9AM: Prayer; 9AM-Noon: Teaching, Praise, Sharing; Noon - 12:30PM: Pot Luck and Social Widows and Orphans TeaJune 9, SaturdayTime: TBDFamily Palooza at Oaks Park in Portland (music, games, food, fun)June 9, Saturday11AM-7PMCounselor/Teacher Intensive TrainingJune 18-22, 25-299AM-5PMWO Book ClubJuly 13, Friday1-3PMGSM 3rd Annual Golf Scramble and FundraiserJuly 13Time: TBDListening for Success, Comm. Lite , Jim/Rick Fri 6-9PM, Sat 9-4  July 13, 14, Fri-SatF 6-9PM, S 9-4PM2012 Festival at Helvetia Lavender Farm July 13-July 15, Fri Noon - 5, Sat, Sun 10AM-5PM Art for the Children (Bethel Congregational Church, Beaverton)  July 14, Saturday8AM-1:30PM Upcoming Meetings Events and Training  GSM Beaverton Office, April 2, 2012 GROUPS ABUSE RECOVERY GROUPS , Mondays 6:30-8:30p.m.; Tuesdays 6-8p.m . We are all abusers, and we have all beenabused. Judgment drops at the door as you experience being “real” with one another. These groups foster in-depth sharingand changing of lifetime patterns. You will learn how to move out from being a victim, abuser, or enabler. Comeoccasionally or come weekly to experience powerful interactions with others. RELATIONAL LEARNING GROUP , Thursdays 8:30-10:30a.m., Jill R . You will experience judgment dropping at the door,deep relationships, and learning that is life-changing. We are growing emotionally, spiritually, and finding joy together. Newpeople are welcome.   CLASSESLAY COUNSELOR/MENTOR SAMARITAN TRAINING,   Wednesdays, 4:30-6p.m., Kathy Lane. (Not the firstWednesday of the month)  This training is for people who are currently Lay Counselors at GSM or otherministries/churches, and also for those who are interested in becoming Lay Counselor or Mentors. This training will help youwith topics like Marriage Counseling, Depression, Lay Counseling Practicum, and Forgiving. Learn how to empower yourself and others with Kingdom teaching that is life-changing and interactive. 3/21: Growing up with a father who has a bi-polardisorder. MEN’S GROUP, Wednesdays, 6:30-8:30p.m., Mar 14 – Apr 18,  This is a powerful training program to release who you   really are. You will be healed of the brokenness that denies the power of your life and its future. You will find permanent   friends. Come and be shocked! Men love this group! FORGIVENESS: Finding Freedom and Fulfillment   , Thursdays, March 15-June 14, 6-7:30p.m., Pat Thompson. Y ou try to forgive, think that you have forgiven only to discover that a tiny ember of resentment can suddenly flare up again.Learn how to forgive others, yourself and God for the pain you have and do experience in life. Pat, GSM’s LicensedCounseling Supervisor, has a Masters in Counseling and L.P.C.. She was married for 40 years and was widowed in 2008. Shehas had numerous life experiences where forgiveness needed to be given and relationships resolved.   LAY COUNSELOR TRAINING, Wednesdays, April 4 – May 16 (no class on May 2), 6:30 – 8:30p.m., Kathy Lane . Thissix-week class will help you build mentor and counseling skills. You will learn how to take a case study/history, bring theHoly Spirit into the counseling session, gain and/or improve questioning and listening skills, create assignments for clients,and help people grow spiritually and emotionally.   INTERPERSONAL EFFECTIVENESS (DBT) , Thursdays, April 5-26, 6-7:30p.m . The goals of Interpersonal Effectivenesstraining include 1) Objectiveness Effectiveness: meeting your objectives or goals in a situation; 2) RelationshipEffectiveness: getting or keeping a good relationship; and 3) Self-Respect Effectiveness: Keeping or improving self-respectand liking yourself. DISCOVERING YOU AND BREAKING CO-DEPENDENCE, April 11-13 Wednesday-Friday, 10a.m. to 3p.m., JaneKeohane   . This class will help you discover your individual identity and help you to recognize and change co-dependent   behaviors. This class will be interactive. The class is highly recommended for anyone in counseling or teaching who would   like to strengthen their own identity and to be clear on their individual responsibilities. LISTENING FOR SUCCESS: COMMUNICATIONS/BOUNDARIES, LITE   , April 13, 14, Fri, 6 –9p.m. & Sat, 9a.m. –4p.m., Jim Petersen & Rick Collins. T   his intensive course will help you become better listeners, identify your boundaries,   or lack of boundaries, and enable you to say what you mean, and mean what you say. Highly recommended for ALL people   who want to improve relationship and communication skills. Bring a friend! TEACHER TRAINING: BIBLE , Saturdays, April 21, June 2, Aug 18, Oct 20, Dec 15. 9a.m. - 4p.m. , Bettie. All agesare welcome, and new people are encouraged to attend this highly interactive class. Bettie’s greatest call was teaching theBible in such a way that it inspired a radical, intimate relationship with the living God. The goal of this class is to train othersto teach the Bible in this same passionate and interactive manner. 2012 SATELLITE LEADER TRAINING, Saturday, April 28, 6a.m.-3p.m   .: Help build team unity by supporting theRace for Hope, a benefit for the Widows and Orphans Satellite. 3-6p.m.   :  Take advantage of this opportunity to   learn successful strategies for communication, organization, education and fundraising, Satellite leaders will have an   opportunity to explore challenges, successes and provide support to each other.   STRENGTHENING YOURSELF IN THE LORD, Tuesdays, May 1-22, 10a.m.-Noon, David Williams. Unleash His powerin your life through a renewing of your mind & let His love overwhelm you. All are invited to grow in their faith to movemountains. EMOTION REGULATION (DBT), Thursdays, May 3, 10, 17, 24, 6-7:30p.m . Emotion Regulation training includes: 1)Understanding the emotions you experience (identify emotions & understand what emotions do for you); 2) Reducingemotional vulnerability (decrease negative vulnerability & increase positive emotions); and 3) Decreasing emotionalsuffering (let go of painful emotions/change painful emotion). WO BOOK CLUB, Friday, May 4, July 13, Sept. 7, and Nov. 2, 1-3p.m. . The next meeting, sponsored by the Widowsand Orphans Satellite, will be a discussion on the book, At Home in Mitford, by Jan Karon. A special invitation is extended toour widows in the area. However, everyone is welcome to attend. If you have any questions, please contact Dixie Larsen at503-649-3401 or Ronnette Fritts at 503-970-8824. Stay tuned for future book titles. BOUNDARIES IN DATING   , Saturdays, May 5, 12, 19, June 2, 9-Noon, Tana Kirkham . This class will help you learn toset and maintain healthy boundaries with the opposite sex—boundaries that will help you grow in freedom, honesty, andself-control. You will explore how you choose “Who to Date,” “How to Identify When You’re Part of the Dating Problem,” and“How to Identify When Your Date is the Problem.” Open to women, both singles and marrieds, this class on building healthyrelationships with the opposite sex is available for $25. Book and workbook are included. Sherwood Community FriendsChurch. I WANT TO FIND A JOB! Thur, Fri, Mon, Tues, May 17, 18, 21, 22, 9:30-Noon, Pam Gross . Having trouble finding a job? Not sure what you want to do with your life? Pam Gross has helped thousands find their way in this sometimes  confusing and difficult world of work. Bring $10 to cover the cost of the materials you will be using in the course. Class islimited to 18 participants so register as soon as possible. FAMILY PALOOZA, Sat., June 9, 11a.m. – 7p.m., Oaks Park, Sellwood neighborhood . Celebrate. Empower. Renew!Food, fun, rides, music, and games. 4 COUNSELOR/TEACHER INTENSIVE TRAINING, June 18-22, 25-29, 9AM-5PM.  This class is for healthy emotional and   spiritual people who want to learn how to help others through life-long relational development. If you have been trained in   counseling, this class is to train you further about how to inspire the best in each person you meet. E=-mail   goodsam@gsmusa.orgt   o register for this class. GREAT OPPORTUNITIESLIFE-GIVING FELLOWSHIP & GROUP, Wednesdays, 10:30 to noon, Laura Fribbs, (Potluck lunch). There is significantsharing and learning together, which is important for our development. This is where strengthening is consistent. Children,men, and women are welcome. At noon, there is a potluck lunch and a meeting of the Int’l Education Team. INTERCESSORY PRAYER , Mondays, 7:30 – 8:30a.m.; Third Saturday of each month, 7:30-9 p.m . Would you like to   learn more about the Ministry and build relationships with people both here and abroad? Then come and join people in this   important prayer time!! We will do intercessory prayer for nations in pain and people in trouble. A strong time of    intercession. RACE FOR HOPE, 5K RUN/WALK FOR WIDOWS AND ORPHANS   , Saturday, April 28 .Call the office for information if    you would like to help with planning and managing the event. To participate in the race, register at Cost: $35;   Packet Pick-up: 8AM; Race Begins: 10AM.
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