Seminar: Overcoming Anger (Video)

Below is the material needed to complete the “Overcoming Anger” program at The Summit Church (Durham, NC). For the various counseling options available from this material visit www.summitrdu.com/counseling.

NOTE: Many people have asked how they can get a copy of the seminar notebook referenced in this verbal presentation. You can request a copy from Summit’s admin over counseling at counseling@summitrdu.com (please note this is an administrative account; no individual or family counsel is provided through e-mail).

STEP 1.
ADMIT I have a struggle I cannot overcome without God.

Equip Seminar – Anger Pt1 from The Summit Church on Vimeo.

STEP 2.
ACKNOWLEDGE the breadth and impact of my sin.

Equip Seminar – Anger Pt2 from The Summit Church on Vimeo.

STEP 3.
UNDERSTAND the origin, motive, and history of my sin.

Equip Seminar – Anger Pt3 from The Summit Church on Vimeo.

The PDF anger journal from chapter 3 — Overcoming Anger Journal

STEP 4.
REPENT TO GOD for how my sin replaced and misrepresented Him.

Equip Seminars – Anger Pt4 from The Summit Church on Vimeo.

STEP 5.
CONFESS TO THOSE AFFECTED for harm done and seek to make amends.

Equip Seminar – Anger Pt5 from The Summit Church on Vimeo.

The PDF anger confession guide from chapter 5 — Confession Guide

STEP 6.
RESTRUCTURE MY LIFE to rely on God’s grace and Word to transform my life.

Equip Seminars – Anger Pt6 from The Summit Church on Vimeo.

The PDF life restructuring tool from chapter 6 — Life Restructuring Plan

STEP 7.
IMPLEMENT the new structure pervasively with humility and flexibility.

Equip Seminars – Anger Pt7 from The Summit Church on Vimeo.

The PDF implementation evaluation tool from chapter 7 — Plan Eval Form

STEP 8.
PERSEVERE in the new life and identity to which God has called me.

Equip Seminars – Anger Pt8 from The Summit Church on Vimeo.

STEP 9.
STEWARD all of my life for God’s glory.

Equip Seminars -Anger Pt9 from The Summit Church on Vimeo.

If this post was beneficial for you, then considering reading other blogs from my “Favorite Posts on Anger” post which address other facets of this subject.