Matters of the Heart with Tad and Kimberly Horning
Join Women’s Quest & Tad and Kimberly Horning on Wednesday, February 17th at 6pm MDT
Now more than ever — especially with all the uncertainty and challenges in our world — we need to get in control of the three most important areas in our life: our health, our emotional well-being, and our relationships. In fact, these three things are so intertwined that it is hard to talk about one without talking about at least one of the others. In this event, we will focus on one of the three aspects: our relationships. Tad and Kimberly Horning will join us to share matters of the heart.
Whether you’re in a committed relationship, want to be in a committed relationship, or have been in a committed relationship in the past (and maybe feeling apprehension about going to that place again), the path is very similar.
Let’s face it, when weathering the storms of life — whether it be financial challenges, health challenges, family political challenges, or whatever the case may be — it’s so much easier to endure these things when you have someone by your side that you can rely on, as a teammate, as a confidant, as someone who pushes and pulls you, inspires you, and encourages you when you need it most. The safest and fastest way to climb a rock face is to do it with a teammate, right?
The question is, how do we find the right person, turn our sows ear into a purse, or gain the confidence that we can find or attract right person into our life?
The answer is: we must become the person who has what we want in our life. Because like attracts like. If you want abundance, you must become an abundant person. If you want love, you must become someone who loves unconditionally. If you want adventure, you must become an adventurous person. If you want commitment, then you’ve got to be a committed person. Are you committed to your health and your emotional well-being? Is that showing up in other areas of your life? So often we are looking for love but we’re not willing to love unconditionally and without limit. Just like how so many people want financial freedom, but they wouldn’t know how to manage money if somebody handed it to them on a silver platter. Because when we do get the relationship with what we want, we often end up sabotage it by withholding from our partners, loving conditionally, and waiting for them to make the first move.
So, working on your marriage or working on your relationship or working on your business or working on your parenting is really about working on you.
How does the person who has what you want in life live? How do they eat? How do they communicate? How do they walk? What habits do they have? What does their morning routine look like? How do they feel about their marriage, their career, their place in the world, their purpose? How do they think, act and feel?