LIVING WATERS


OUR MISSION: TO PROCLAIM + EMBODY
THE LOVE OF JESUS CHRIST IN THE CITY + THE WORLD

Living Waters provides a safe, confidential environment for those seeking ongoing healing and wholeness in sexual and relational issues.



WHAT IS LIVING WATERS?

Living Waters is a nation-wide program, hosted by Eastbrook Church, that provides a safe, confidential environment for those seeking ongoing healing and wholeness in sexual and relational issues.

This discipleship and prayer ministry addresses the roots of brokenness. Anyone committed to deeper intimacy with Christ, self, and others is welcome; some have found it especially helpful with struggles including (but not limited to): fear, insecurity, co-dependency, pornography, effects of abuse, promiscuity, gender identity issues, and unwanted same-sex attraction.

We also offer two groups: Men Pursuing Purity and Women at the Well.


Men Pursuing Purity

Men Pursuing Purity is for all men, age 18 and up, who struggle with sexual purity and want to be free from the damaging effects of sexual brokenness and addiction. Weekly meetings include worship, teaching and small groups. In each group, participants are given a chance to check in, discuss the teaching and then receive prayer. Accountability and prayer are two major components of the small groups.


Women at the Well

An 8-week book study for women who want to grow in intimacy with Christ, addressing issues of relational idolatry, purity, forgiveness and freedom. Weekly meetings include worship, teaching and small groups. In each group, participants are given a chance to check in, discuss the teaching and then receive prayer. Accountability and prayer are two major components of the small groups.



OUR NEXT SESSION:


APPLY NOW FOR LIVING WATERS

Are you ready to take the next step towards freedom from addiction, oppression, or brokenness?

Get started by filling out the Living Waters Application.


Apply Now


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OUR TEAM:

Pastor Ruth Carver
Sr. Director, Congregational Care
rcarver@eastbrook.org
414.228.5220 x208


Charlie Davison
Living Waters Coordinator
livingwaters@eastbrook.org
414.426.8059




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