Horses are uniquely aware of their surroundings, and their natural herd behavior ensures their safety. By observing their patterns and nonverbal communication, we can learn much about keeping ourselves safe physically, emotionally and spiritually. Learning about equine behaviors and interacting with the horses in a non-threatening environment helps us to better understand ourselves.

Humans, too, were designed to live in herds; in relationship with others and with our Creator.

True confidence is a product of belonging. –Steven Furtick

We are all works in progress. We all have “stuff.” The Bible says we are God’s workmanship and that God has prepared in advance good works for us to do (Ephesians 2:10).

God’s calling is too important to leave your issues unconfronted. –Steven Furtick