Relationship Conference

Relationship: Singleness & Marriage

Conference with Dr. Tim Lane from April 19th-21st


THURSDAY EVENING
Date: April 19th
Cost: FREE
Place: The Centre (777 Homer Street)
*No registration required


FRIDAY & SATURDAY
Date: April 20th-21st
Cost: $25 per person / $45 per married couple
Place: The Centre (777 Homer Street)

register

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Please make sure to print your ticket or have it on your smartphone as it will be required for re-entry.


Schedule

Thursday, April 19th (This night is FREE to attend)

  • 7pm - 9pm - Session 1: Redeeming All of Your Relationships

Friday, April 20th

  • 7pm - 8pm - Session 2: The Purpose of Marriage
  • 8pm - 8:30pm - Break
  • 8:30pm - 9:30pm - Session 3: The Power of Your Words

Saturday, April 21st

  • 10am - 11am - Session 4: Biblical Conflict within Relationships
  • 11am - 11:30am - Break
  • 11:30am - 12:30pm - Session 5: Practicing Forgiveness
  • 12:30pm - 1:30pm - Lunch (on your own)
  • 1:45pm - 2:45pm - Session 6: Intimacy and Sex
  • 2:45pm - 3pm - Q & A

SESSIONS

Session 1: Redeeming All of Your Relationships

Session 2: The Purpose of Marriage

In this session you will gain a bigger picture of the critical elements that make for a Biblical marriage and what God is up to in ALL relationships. 

Session 3: The Power of Your Words

In this session you will gain clarity about what kind of communication builds or hurts your relationships in marriage, family, and in your communities.

Session 4: Biblical Conflict within Relationships

In this session you will learn how to compromise in those areas of your marriage and relationships that are most problematic.

Session 5: Practicing Forgiveness

In this session you will learn the importance of repairing your relationships when you fail.

Session 6: Intimacy and Sex

In this session you will learn the secret to great romance and Biblical intimacy.

conference overview

There are stubborn problems that plague many close relationships. Whether single or married there is a starting point that needs to be addressed in the hearts of all of us as relationships are part of life. Dr.Timothy Lane, husband, author, teacher, parent, and counsellor will be guiding us towards our hearts when it comes to relationships. With his vast expertise he will be directing us towards our true assurance and the ultimate solution for long lasting relationship with one another.

The Thursday will be geared towards those presently single or again on their way towards singleness. We are all on that journey whether it be our present situation or through the loss of relationship or death—we all need help navigating singleness.


“None of us ever gets to be in relationship with a finished person. God’s redemptive work of change is ongoing in all our lives.”
― Timothy S. Lane, Relationships: A Mess Worth Making

“When you seek to define who you are through those relationships, you are actually asking another sinner to be your personal messiah, to give you the inward rest of soul that only God can give. Only when I have sought my identity in the proper place (in my relationship with God) am I able to put you in the proper place as well. When I relate to you knowing that I am God’s child and the recipient of his grace, I am able to serve and love you.”
― Timothy S. Lane, Relationships: A Mess Worth Making

“Good relationships are built on a solid foundation. Without this foundation, no amount of hard work will make your relationships what God intended them to be.”
― Timothy S. Lane, Relationships: A Mess Worth Making

“The theology you live out is much more important to your daily life than the theology you claim to believe.”
― Timothy S. Lane, Relationships: A Mess Worth Making

We say that the difficulty causes us to respond in sinful ways. But the Bible teaches again and again that our circumstances don’t cause us to act as we do. They only expose the true condition of our hearts, revealed in our words and actions.
— Timothy S. Lane, How People Change


speaker bio

Dr. Timothy S. Lane is the Founder and President of the Institute for Pastoral Care, a non-profit that equips local churches to care for their people, and Tim Lane & Associates, a counselling practice located in Peachtree City, GA. He is a minister in the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA), having been ordained in 1991 and a member of Metro-Atlanta Presbytery. He has a Master of Divinity degree and a Doctor of Ministry degree in Pastoral Counselling.

Tim has authored Living Without Worry: How to Replace Anxiety with Peace, and co-authored How People Change and Relationships: A Mess Worth Making with Paul Tripp. He has written several mini-books including PTSD, Forgiving Others, Sex Before Marriage, Family Feuds, Conflict, and Freedom From Guilt.

He has experience in both campus ministry (University of Georgia, 1984-1987) and pastoral ministry where he served as a pastor in Clemson, SC from 1991 until 2001. Beginning in 2001 until 2013, he served as a counsellor and faculty at CCEF (Christian Counseling & Educational Foundation) in Philadelphia, PA. Beginning in 2007, he served as its Executive Director until 2013.

In 2014, Tim and his family re-located to his home state, Georgia, where he formed the non-profit ministry the Institute for Pastoral Care. He also began a counselling practice, Tim Lane & Associates. Both organizations seek to help the local church. His primary desire and commitment is to help pastors and leaders create or improve their ability to care for the people who attend their churches.

He continues to write, speak and travel both nationally and internationally. Tim is adjunct professor of practical theology at several seminaries where he teaches about pastoral care in the local church. Most recently, Tim has taught classes at Reformed Theological Seminary in Atlanta, Georgia as well as SEMBEQ in Montreal, Canada.

Tim and his wife, Barbara, live in Atlanta, GA. They married in 1989 and have four amazing children. 


Books

Living Without Worry: How to Replace Anxiety with Peace, The Good Book Company, 2015

How People Change (co-author with Paul D. Tripp) New Growth Press, 2006

Relationships: A Mess Worth Making (co-author with Paul D. Tripp) New Growth Press, 2006

**There will be a book table present during the weekend with some of Dr.Timothy Lane's books to purchase.