Listening is the single most important relational skill! 


If you want to add more depth, more life, even more fun to your relationships, this is the place to start.  Learn to listen well, and you will be off to a great start on the journey of becoming a better friend, parent, and lover. 


About the workshop

Join us for some practical and fun exercises to help grow your listening “IQ”.

Tuesday September 24th 7-8.30pm at Creekside.

In this workshop you will learn how to:

— listen to understand, not just respond

— stay focused in a world of distraction

— listen “underneath” a person’s words to discern the deeper meaning


The workshop will be led by Joe Bishop who has over 35 years of experience as a pastoral counselor.  He will draw on the wisdom of the Bible, modern brain science, decades of case studies, and his own mistakes and failures as a listener:).



Joe & Kathy Bishop

Joe has been married to his wife Kathy for 40 years. They have 3 adult children; Ben, Jon, and Abigail. He received his graduate academic training at Grace Theological Seminary and Santa Clara University, and has done doctoral work in counseling psychology at Trinity Theological Seminary