For My Life Online 2024-05-16T13:19:33-05:00

For My Life Online

Can’t come in person? We’ve got you covered!


If you are not in a position to make the trip to Thomaston, GA to attend the For My Life Retreat in person, we also offer the For My Life Online course. This is a full For My Life course that you can complete at your own pace within a 12-week time frame.

Although there is nothing like coming in person to the For My Life Retreat in Thomaston, GA, For My Life Online is the next best thing. We have received many amazing testimonies from those whose lives have been forever changed by God after participated in the For My Life Online course.

TUITION AND PRICING

For My Life Online is currently discounted to $459 per person and includes a downloadable course guide to follow along with the classes.

You may also take the For My Life Online Course as part of a group or form a group of seven or more people to take it together over a 12-week period.

Group pricing is based upon the number of participants:

7– 20 People = 30% discount (about $321/person)
21- 30 People = 39% discount (about $280/person)
30+ People = 48% discount (about 239/person)

Financial assistance may be available to those who qualify. Also, Upson, Pike, Lamar, Spalding and Butts County, Georgia residents receive a different tuition rate. Please e-mail Guest Services for more information about this special offer at: GuestServices@BeinHealth.com

SCIENTIFICALLY PROVEN RESULTS FROM THE FOR MY LIFE RETREAT


Be in Health has thousands of testimonies of people who were healed by God because they applied what they learned in the For My Life Retreat to their lives. A team of professionals approached us about doing an official, peer- reviewed study on the benefits of the For My Life Retreat.

The results of this study were astounding. They revealed significant, scientific evidence that the For My Life Retreat was substantially beneficial to all demographics. Additional information that we derived from the study has shown lasting positive results in the reduction of major depression as well as stress and anxiety-driven illnesses.

This study was first published in the Journal of Religion and Health, October 2015, and has more recently been published by Cambridge Scholars Publishing in January 2018.

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