Living Your Strengths

LYSBookCoverDiscover your God-given talents! Have you ever asked yourself "How can I know what God wants me to do?" Do you know what your God-given talents are? How can you learn to recognize the God-given talents of others?

The Living Your Strengths Journey is a five week course based on the Clifton StrengthsFinder, an online assessment. (If you don't have access to the internet, you can take the assessment at the parish office.) Each person receives their TOP 5 Signature Themes, or areas of greatest potential talent. The journey focuses on identifying and developing your talents, your God-given gifts. You and fellow parishioners will take an amazing journey in discovering your unique talents, recognizing talents in others, and learning how to apply this knowledge in your families, at work and in your parish. We are all called to be good Stewards of our God-given talents and make a return to the Lord those gifts and talents to build up the kingdom of God here on earth.

The Living Your Strengths brochure can also be found in the north hallway of the church near the mural wall "The Vine and Branches."

1) 2017 Fall Living Your Strengths 1.0

Sunday evenings, October 1, 8, 15, 22, 29

6:30 PM—8 PM St. Teresa room (Parish Hall)

Come for Mass at 5 PM, parish supper after Mass and bring your dinner into class to share a meal before we begin!

 

To register, please contact Larry Cadorniga, Strengths Coach at 360-823-2829 or email. Class is limited to 15 students.

The book and StrengthsFinder code that each student receives has already been paid by the student who came before you. However, if you would like to "Pay It Forward", then the cost is $15.

See some of the testimonials from some of our Living Your Strengths alumni.

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