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Lesson 1 - Part 1
I am glad to welcome you to the Cross-Centered Mind course. We are delighted you have enrolled and we look forward to ministering to you over the course of the next few months.
This short introduction is here to give you some suggested guidelines as you study with us in this course. Please consider the below three points as merely "helpful tips" to give you the best experience with us here at Setting Captives Free:
First of all, simply come back to www.settingcaptivesfree.com every day and continue your study where you left off. You may or may not have received a mentor when you enrolled with us. We do try to provide mentors to all students, yet at any time there might be more students than mentors available. If you did get a mentor please check your email daily, as they will be responding to your course submissions through email. Their role is to answer your questions, provide you with biblical counsel, and interact with you as you take this course. Please remember that all of our mentors are volunteers; they will respond as they are able. We are not doctors so please do not ask us medical questions; we cannot give out medical advice.
Secondly, this course is designed to take you longer than thirty days to study through. There are thirty lessons, but these are not to be considered daily lessons. They are long and thorough, and you will want to prayerfully study your mentor’s responses (which should contain additional Scripture) to you as well. Therefore, you should plan on taking several days per lesson. On the days when you are not studying through a lesson, we recommend studying through the Setting Captives Free Forum located here: http://forum.settingcaptivesfree.com/index.php. You could read through one newsletter every day from the forum and gain much additional truth. Again, do not be in a rush; take your time, go slowly and study thoroughly. Read and respond to your mentor.
Finally, if you are currently taking psychotropic medications, we require that you continue ...