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Relational Problems, Relational Solutions Conference

4/4/2002

Do you have a loved one who struggles with homosexuality? How do you relate to him or her? Perhaps you yourself struggle with homosexuality. Do you feel isolated, afraid to express what you are feeling and experiencing? Christians often talk about freedom in Christ. But you feel as if you are weighed down with a burden too great to bear. How do you cope? What's the solution?

Relational problems require relational solutions. According to Phil Hobizal, this gets at the heart of the difficulties people struggling with homosexuality face. Phil is the Executive Director of the Portland Fellowship, a ministry that reaches out to people with same sex attractions.

New Wine, New Wineskins, in partnership with Portland Fellowship, will be hosting a one-day conference event entitled Relational Problems, Relational Solutions, from 10 am to 4 pm on Saturday, September 28 in the chapel of Multnomah Biblical Seminary's Travis-Lovitt Hall. Please join us to learn and interact with people who know first hand the transforming power of Christ's love, making them relationally and sexually whole.

For more information contact Shemaiah Ferguson at newwine@multnomah.edu.