Join Us for The fp Men’s Group Breakfast, with Dr. Dale Berry,May 11th, 8:30am at the Pellissippi Campus

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Dr. Dale Berry

How to be God’s man in relationship with a woman.

Few men would ever embark on an important project, a significant career change, or a major athletic challenge without gathering all the tactical knowledge possible to insure a good outcome. Yet, when it comes to relationships with women, most men fail to apply the simple principles that make them successful in other areas of life.

It may be easy to get into a relationship with a woman, but it’s not so easy to make the relationship work well. It takes energy. It demands effort. It requires education and understanding.

God is available to help. But there’s a catch: God’s man must connect with God’s purposes before he can truly connect with his wife (or wife-to-be). God uses the marriage relationship to promote growth in men’s lives, because it shows us our character gaps and drives us to Him for solutions.

Join fpMen for breakfast Sat May 11 as we hear from an expert about ways to improve our relationships and discuss practical ways to apply these principles.

Dr.Dale Berry is a licensed psychologist and is the clinical director of Ebenezer Counseling Services.  Dr. Berry earned his B.S. from the University of the South (Sewanee), his M.A. in Marriage and Family Therapy from Reformed Theological Seminary, his Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from Virginia Commonwealth University, and completed his doctoral internship at Duke University’s Student Health Center.  Dr. Berry works with both individuals and couples. His specialty is in helping couples who have lost hope and faith in their marriages. He believes that God works through
circumstances, especially through marriage relationships, to help us to grow into greater
maturity, grace, and wisdom. The problems of marriage serve to stretch and test us, and
if dealt with well, can result in a deeper, more satisfying marriage and life

Childcare is provided.

For more information about our fp Men’s Groups and how you can get connected go here.