WE ARE HERE FOR YOU
This is a difficult season for all of us, but we want to help if we can. If you have specific needs or prayer requests during this season, please let us know. Your campus’ Facebook page is a great place to share needs and learn more about the needs of others. Or you can let us know through the prompts below.
We are here for you. We would love to serve you any way we can.
We are exploring options of launching virtual ReNew groups (ReNew:Me and ReNew:Marriage). If you are interested in being a part of one of these groups, please email Matt Johnston at .
Our ReNew Groups are now ONLINE! We’ll post a new video every Thursday at 1 PM. Like us on Facebook!
Life is never picture perfect. Our personal lives and relationships can often feel out of control. And sometimes it’s not so easy to find a safe place to work on the mess of life. ReNew groups are designed specifically for these kinds of situations and seasons. Whether you’re feeling a little uncertain of what’s wrong and what to do or if you feel like your life and relationships are broken and falling apart, ReNew is where you can go to take the next steps toward healing and restoration.
The Harbor Groups are now ONLINE! We’ll post a new video every Tuesday at 1 PM. Follow us on Instagram!
Sometimes students (Grades 6-12) just need a safe place where they can come as they are and be authentic and real with both their peers and adult small-group leaders. Life is tough. All of us at one point or another have needed a little help navigating the stormy waters of school, relationships, and other rough things life throws our way. The Harbor strives to help students learn healthy ways to cope with life and deal with anxiety and pain through the lens of a relationship with Jesus Christ.
DIY SELF-CARE TOOLS
Our Pastor of Counseling Ly Tran has gathered a lot resources to give you support during this pandemic. The resources include short videos (5-7 minutes each) as well as private Facebook Groups guided by Therapists, where you can interact with more safety and privacy. We hope that this will bridge the gap of therapy as we do social distancing. You’re not alone; we’re here for you.
A season such as this can put a strain on our emotions and our relationships. Specifically, anxiety can intensify during this time, and being cooped up with the same people for a long period of time can cause conflict in relationships. So, below are some blogs that can be useful to all of us.