Relational Skills meet Building Community

September 21-22, 2018 - Minneapolis and St. Paul Minnesota

Do you desire to have a more fulfilling relationship with those you love?
Do you want to know how to build a connective and sustainable community life within a group?
This conference will focus on how learning specific relational skills can create better and more fulfilling relationships. We will use these skills combined with strategic exercises to show you how you can help create a better sense of connectedness with those you love.
Doing life together with others is the perfect place to intentionally learn how to cultivate belonging in the people around you and build community. Learn how your brain plays a significant role in how you relate to others and how these various brain skills can impact the level of healing we experience in our lives.
This conference’s “taught and caught” approach is a relational game changer that enables deep and unexpected personal transformation of the heart in any relationship or group.


Bethel College
3900 Bethel Dr, St Paul, MN 55112

Lodging Options


Holiday Inn Express Roseville – St. Paul

2715 Long Lake Road, Roseville, Minnesota 55113



EVENT HOST: Life Together Works, 4630 Woodland Ave, Duluth, MN 55803

Event Coordinator: Conrad Beaulieu 202-538-1266, email:



Friday, September 21 
Registration 5-6pm
Sessions 6-9pm

Saturday, September 22
Registration 7:30-8:30am
Sessions 8:30am-5pm (lunch off-site)



$99 early registration (ends August 31)
$125 late registration (ends September 19)


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