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Grant Stenzel Leading Couple’s Bootcamp Beginning October 1 at Compass Church

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Struggling in your marriage and looking for guidance?

This six-part Marriage Bootcamp led by Grant Stenzel could be just what you and your spouse need. Each month, starting October 1st, Grant will explore situations and topics that many couples face and provide tools to become stronger as individuals and and as a couple.… Read the rest →

Depression & Anxiety Support Group Starts October 1 at Compass Church

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Depression and anxiety affects millions of Americans, regardless of age, gender or religious beliefs. If you or someone you love battles depression or anxiety, please join the six-month, 12-session support group at Compass Church in Wheaton, IL.

The support group is open to any individuals who deal with anxiety and/or depression.… Read the rest →

Stenzel Clinical’s Marriage Bootcamp Series

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Do you feel you could be a better husband or wife, but aren’t sure how? Do you wish there was better communication in your marriage? We’re here to help.

Stenzel Clinical Services will be holding a Marriage Bootcamp Series this coming January to help men and women be better spouses and build a better marriage.… Read the rest →

Stenzel Speaks on Internet Safety

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Even kids in elementary school are on the Internet these days, but there are plenty of safety issues to be aware of. Fortunately, Grant Stenzel is ready to help parents navigate that road this Sunday the 22nd at Compass Church in Naperville.Read the rest →

Grant Stenzel speaks at Compass Church!

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Parents, if you’re concerned about how to help your children deal with their emotions (and what parent isn’t?) as well as learning more about how to protect your kids when they go online, don’t miss these two fantastic opportunities to hear Grant Stenzel speak.… Read the rest →