With his signature wit and charm, John Guest helps us understand why the Bible tells us to clothe ourselves in humility. After briefly sharing his own faith background, Guest explains why “every man’s battle is pride” and then explores the genuine humility modeled by Jesus (as compared to the false humility we often see displayed by people). Guest, who has been married for 51 years, also shares the “humility” advice he gives to young couples about how to have a “great” marriage. He then extends this advice beyond marriage to parenting, leadership and life itself.
Coach Don Nava leads a session on how a couple can experience total transformation in their marriage.
Coach Nava shares the supernatural journey that took him from being a fitness coach to becoming a Kingdom coach. Don explores Biblical truth about evil and describes the extraordinary power of the Holy Spirit that lives within those who have committed their lives to Jesus. He also explains the debilitating impact of childhood wounds and how we can find freedom from those wounds.
With great vulnerability and rawness, Rob Brinkman shares the extreme sifting and pruning God had to undertake (including a Federal prison sentence) to destroy his silos of pride and arrogance and start him on the journey toward humility–and how his prison ordeal actually prepared him spiritually to handle the loss of his 12 year-old daughter to cancer a few years later. Brinkman also explains how a man’s lack of humility can prevent his marriage from flourishing. This is a message for all men.
Dr. Rob Reimer helps us begin to unpack the “suitcase of our soul” by transparently sharing how he learned to unpack his after realizing early in his marriage that his wife didn’t really like him any more. With humor and insight, Reimer explains how he discovered and walked through the two key steps to “cleaning out our dirty laundry”. First, we must walk in the light with God and others. Second, we must access the presence and power of God and allow the Holy Spirit to shine light in our suitcase.