The diagnostic profile identifies nine personality styles. It clarifies the primary way we engage in relationships and offers ways we can cultivate healthy relational interaction with God and others.
CrossPoint launched the Soul Care Institute in 2015. The training is experientially focused in a relational modality of soul care. Pastors, counselors and spiritual directors joined us in this interactive opportunity. Participants meet three times a year over the course of two years (total of 6 cohorts). Each cohort is two and a half days at Country Lake Retreat Center. The cost of each cohort is $1000 plus a $125 one-time registration fee. Registration is open for 2019. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in learning more.
Authored by counselor Dr. Richard Plass and spiritual life coach Jim Cofield, The Relational Soul brings together the study of psychology and spiritual formation in a synthesized, easily understood format.
Each chapter includes introductory stories and practical “If this is true what about you?” questions to help readers engage in relationships in more life-giving ways. When the presence of Christ and community connects with a soul that is open, aware, and curious, we witness the miracle of transformation.
CrossPoint specializes in one-on-one coaching. We have three distinct areas of coaching–Personal, Organizational, and Sabbatical. Our coaching includes spiritual direction, personality assessment, crisis intervention for couples and family systems work. We approach our coaching from a relational model of care.
CrossPoint depends on the generosity of those who help us care for the souls of leaders. We are a 501c3 organization and offer tax receipts for gifts to the ministry. We sincerely appreciate your financial help.