Chris is the president of ATI (Advanced Training Institute), an international home education organization dedicated to equipping and supporting families in raising up the foundations of many Godly generations to make ready a people prepared for the Lord.
Jay and Misty’s testimony is an excerpt from the Zero to Hero DVD series. You can learn the four heroic deeds of marriage that will help you course correct and reconnect in your relationship. Chris will coach you through the 10 courageous questions of a noble conversation in the privacy of your own home.
All relationships move at the speed of trust and by following Christ’s commands you will have begun to build a foundation that creates the safety and security to openly share your heart with one another. Intimacy means in-to-me-see, it is the mutual self-revelation of people in the relationship. People become irresistible when they stop trying to be interesting and become interested in knowing the heart of others. In this video Chris Hogan summarizes the nine levels of intimacy. When you go through each level or stage you will form deep connections of spirit, soul, mind and body.
When it comes to relationships, being effective is more important than being efficient. In this video, Chris Hogan shows you the difference between the normal and noble paths to relationship.
The normal (upper) path or relationship is based on desires and expectations that lead to a cycle of anger, unwise decisions, pride, shame, condemnation, hopeless, regret and fear. It is characterized by trying to go fast in order to be efficient but it destroys trust and breaks down the safety required to walk in the light so you might have fellowship one with another.
The noble (lower) path of relationship focuses on my responsibility to becoming the noble man or woman God created me to be and assisting others to do the same. It is about effectively being transformed more and more into Christlikeness. This transformation process requires time and pressure. Going slow in relationship allows trust to develop which, opens the door to transparency and intimacy so we can be known and no longer alone. The noble path is characterized by courage, surrender, willingness, acceptance, insight, love, joy and peace.