Personal Growth • Order • Wisdom • Ethics • Responsibility
Personality Inventory–Discover your personality type and how that effects how you interact with others. Learn your strengths and weaknesses and how to improve your personality.
Forgiveness–Learn how forgiveness cleanses our soul and lifts a weight off us and makes us free.
Making Anger Work For You–Pick up how anger can work for you and not against others; appropriate ways to express anger; how it affects your health-mentally and physically.
Grief–Everyone experiences it differently and for different lengths of time! Glean how you can help someone who is grieving, and the reasons to grieve.
Escape the Guilt Trap–Free yourself from shame and guilt. Guilt becomes shame when we believe we are the mistake, not just that we made one. Jesus came to give us a guilt free life! Find out how!
Coping with Depression–Assimilate the four common causes of depression and 6 common destructive thinking patterns to avoid.
Budgeting Time–Time management, or budgeting your time, is an important skill most of us could improve upon. Uncover several things to consider when we decide to spend our time more effectively and efficiently.
T.D. Jakes and the Good Samaritan Story–Figure out how to know your gifts and strengths and also your limitations and be humble enough to partner together with those who have skills and talents that you don’t have!
Resumes and Interviews–Prepare a powerful resume and prepare for that job interview.
Boundaries–How to set limits in relationships; who to let into your life, who to let out; productive vs. destructive life choices; saying “YES” or “NO” and sticking to it!
Financial Literacy–Make a budget and get the knack of sticking to your budget. Avoid budget busters, learn budget terms, get savings tips, and use a credit workshop to improve your credit!
SMART Goal Setting–Specific • Measurable • Attainable • Realistic • Timely
Your Work Matters to God–Determine that you are going to serve God wherever you happen to be, at work, at home, at play, on the go, anywhere!
Search for Significance–God desires to lift us up to a new identity. It is not based on the opinions of others or on our performance. Figure out how to avoid messing yourself up by determining self worth on the opinion of others and your performance.
The Making of a Good and Productive Citizen–A look at America’s roots and what the Founding Father’s had to say about the Bible in education and citizenship.
Linear Thinking, Writing and Learning in Formal Register–Every language has five registers–Frozen, Formal, Consultative, Casual and Intimate. The language of business and education is always in formal register. Learning to communicate with complete sentences, specific word choice, and a broad vocabulary will increase your chances in seeking for employment.
The Cornel Note-Taking System–Learn the most effective note-taking system so that you will be able to recall more from every class you attend.
The 8 Parts of Speech–All the words in the English language have been put into one of eight groups. These eight groups are called the Parts of Speech. Noun, pronoun, verb, adjective, adverb, preposition, interjection, and conjunction are the names given to these groups. Learning how these groups of words fit together in a sentence is the first step to effective written communication.
Marking Punctuation–Students receive a resource to answer any questions on proper punctuation in sentences.
Building Paragraphs with Linear Thinking, Writing and Learning–Students learn the three basic parts of a paragraph, the four types of paragraphs, and how to build a paragraph.
Identifying Your Social Style–Students identify which of the four social styles is theirs and how that social style relates to others.
5 Secrets to Getting Along With Everyone–Biblical insights to living at peace with others.
Coming to God on His Terms and Living Life on His Terms–A study of the Sermon on the Mount.
Your Work Matters to God–Gail Possert returns to instruct the class on Excellence and You and Authority–Getting Along with Your Boss.
Thinking, Writing, and Learning Poetry–Students are introduced to poetry and actually write a four-line poem called a quatrain, and a full poem with a rhyme scheme.
The Chronology of the Bible • Seeing the Whole Picture–Students are provided a detailed chronology of the Old Testament and a plan for reading the Bible chronologically in one year.
Preparing for the Graduation Ceremony • Linear Thinking, Writing, and Learning a Speech–Developing a precise speech to share at graduation.
Your Instructors–Gail Possert, a former high school teacher, mother of three boys, and long-time volunteer here at Grace Resources has been teaching this class for eight years now. 42 classes have graduated from the POWER class and her teaching has influenced countless lives.
Bill Bennett, husband, father, former eighth-grade English and U.S. History teacher, and former Pastor is the instructor for this class. 8 Classes have graduated from the POWER2 Class, and many of those have gone on to college or the work force.
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