Live Intimately & Free Everyday
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What is L.I.F.E Coaching Systems?
unveiling God’s Truth about Sexuality that brings Healing
In the midst of distorted values, unfulfilling marriages, and confused single adults, we believe that God has a sexual plan that promotes integrity, maturity, and passionate intimacy. We desire to partner in cultivating a sexually healthy Church through L.I.F.E. Coaching Groups, articles, networking, workshops, and seminars that are tailored to men and women from all walks of life.
Our goal is to encourage others to join us in seeking and promoting “Redemptive Intimacy” and sexual wholeness. The heart of our organization is the education and training for those who seek a deeper intimacy with God, themselves, and others. The journey to God is an inward journey – the Latin root word for intimacy is “intimus” which means inmost – to know and be known in the “inmost” part of our lives.
The acronym for L.I.F.E. in our name is Living Intimately and Free Everyday. Our sexuality is part of who we are; God created us as masculine and feminine (spiritual), male and female (sexual). In order to master this desire and be formed into His image, we have to allow our creator to redeem and “form” this area of our lives – spiritual formation coupled with self-awareness and self-control. This process is one of the critical paths to mental, emotional, and psychological wellness. When this area of our lives is out of control or unredeemed, it affects all aspects of who we are. In this unregenerate state, we are at the whims of our sex-saturated culture and uncontrolled desires. G.K. Chesterton said, “Every knock on the door of a brothel is a knock on the door of heaven.” In this statement we see the “false intimacy” that permeates our world. The answer for “false intimacy” is “Redemptive Intimacy”. The Song of Songs is the picture of what “Redemptive Intimacy” looks like: we are God’s beloved and He is passionate in His desire for us. Until this primary relationship is established in an experiential way, all of our best efforts at intimacy are doomed to fail. Intimacy can’t be learned in a book, imparted in a theory, or preached in a sermon – we have to experience it within our hearts.