Do you really believe Jesus wants you to have an abundant life? (John 10:10)
Do you know what would make your life more balanced and enjoyable but find it hard to set the sails of new habits and really catch the wind?
Are you like Paul, full of good intentions but struggling to change? (Romans 7:15)
Setting Your SAIL!
1. Fill out the “Self-Care and Wellness Assessment” and the “Personal Formation Wheel” to identify lifestyle strengths as well as aspects that need some new “wind.” Set a few doable goals for change. Add other goals over the months if you wish to. Have 7 confidential meetings with an on-campus counselor for encouragement, support, and regular accountability over two to three consecutive semesters. Discuss with your SAIL counselor brief, written updates on your progress.
2. Review and sign the SAIL agreement on the Student Counseling website or in the Counseling Office in 301 Templeton. Give the form to your on-campus counselor, drop it in 301 Templeton, or email it to email@example.com. If you do not have an on-campus counselor, you will be assigned one to support you with your SAIL goals.
3. Standard on-campus counseling fees apply for students and spouses and are billed to student accounts. RECEIVE A $40 VISA GIFT CARD AND A CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION at the end. Celebrate the positive changes you have made! You might mention to ordination committees that you have engaged in your own unique, co-curricular formation through the SAIL challenge. They will appreciate your commitment to “setting your sails” through practicing healthy habits of Self-Care for Abundant, Intentional Living.