A WORKBOOK FROM SAFE PLACE MINISTRY
Grow in understanding of yourself to be better understood by others.
Through guided exploration, the Pillars of Personhood workbook helps you to identify possible core values within yourself and those with whom you are in close relationship.
Quite different from self-help or how-to, this core values workbook identifies the part of our personhood that does not change. This unwavering anchor within yourself is explored in light of its reflection of Christ.
Journey individually, with a trusted guide, or with a significant other as you search out patterns within yourself to grow in understanding of the pillar of your personhood.
Who It's For
Pillars of Personhood is for…
- The person wanting a deeper understanding of the self.
- The person struggling to relate to their co-workers.
- The couple who wonders why they fight about the same thing over and over again.
- Anyone wondering the ‘why’ behind conflicts, desires, choices and relationships.
Why Identify My Core Values?
Whether you are the type who loves to dig deep and self-evaluate, or the type who prefers to keep things simple and uncomplicated; this booklet will help identify your own ways of relating to the world around you, and the ways you may differ from your friend, spouse, or co-worker.
There is both heart and logic in the identification of core values. Growing deeper in your understating of yourself and other people allows you to experience more freedom in the ways you reflect Christ and grant that freedom to others in the process.
Get the Workbook
Pillars of Personhood Workbook
The Pillars of Personhood download includes a digital workbook with prompts for self-guided discovery and journaling at your own pace.
How to Use
As you progress through the workbook you will find explanations of the core values, examples, journal prompts, questions and guidance.
All of these features will assist you in identifying your core values, as well as consider the possible core values of others. It will also move beyond identification as you consider areas of growth, and steps towards sharing your own core value and honoring the core value of another.
Meet the Authors
LICENSED CHAPLAIN, CEO & CO-FOUNDER OF SAFE PLACE MINISTRY
Many of the ideas and concepts found in this workbook come from the discernments of Bethann Miller, Licensed Chaplain and her husband Thomas Miller, MFT (co-founder of Safe Place Ministry). After 30+ years of journeying with others through individual struggles, marriage needs, and observing the impact of life in ministry both Tom and Bethann began to notice patterns in themselves and others. These observed patterns have informed what we now call 'core values' and are used throughout individual sessions, debriefs and trainings that Safe Place offers. We are so happy to make these concepts more accessible through this workbook!
Sharon Mangum, MA
CARE PROVIDER AND TCK SPECIALIST AT SAFE PLACE MINISTRY
Sharon holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Spanish and a Masters Degree in Counseling. She worked as a bilingual case manager and after receiving her Masters, worked as a bilingual therapist for adults navigating Anxiety, Depression and PTSD. Currently Sharon serves as a bilingual care provider and TCK specialist within Safe Place Ministry. Through her care of others Sharon has found the insights of the core values to be invaluable in supporting people. The deeper understanding of God, ourselves, and the world around us that these principles provide has equipped many to better relate and engage with others. For this reason Sharon is thrilled be making these values available and hope it serves as a helpful tool!