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Trauma Healing: Initial Equipping Course - Birmingham
@Sutton Coldfield Baptist Church, Trinity Hill, Sutton Coldfield, B72 1TA
“The proven model of the Trauma Healing Institute uses applied Scripture and mental health principles to address spiritual and emotional wounds caused by war, violence, natural disasters and abuse. The book, Healing the Wounds of Trauma: How the Church Can Help, has been translated and taught in over 100 countries with more than 190 language groups in Africa, Asia, the Pacific and the Americas. The model applies equally well to lesser degrees of trauma.”
29/04/2019
09:00
More Than Welcome Training - Wakefield
@Trinity Church: St Mary’s Room Church Street Ossett WF5 9DW Wakefield
This course will train your church respond to the challenge of disability. Whether it’s members of the youth group who have autism, older people with sight or hearing loss, people with learning disabilities or families struggling to care for a relative with dementia, every church has members affected by disability. Together we will explore what it means to become a church where everyone can belong – one that doesn’t just welcome disabled people, but includes them within church life, and encourages them to grow and participate. We will be discussing questions like: What does the Bible really say about disability? What are the barriers that prevent disabled people coming to your church? How can we develop our prayer, worship and teaching to be more inclusive? What would that look like? How can we ensure that disabled people’s gifts are recognised and encouraged?
09/05/2019
10:00
More Than Welcome Training - Gateshead
@St Ninian's Church Ivy Lane Harlow Green NE9 6QD Gateshead
This course will train your church respond to the challenge of disability. Whether it’s members of the youth group who have autism, older people with sight or hearing loss, people with learning disabilities or families struggling to care for a relative with dementia, every church has members affected by disability. Together we will explore what it means to become a church where everyone can belong – one that doesn’t just welcome disabled people, but includes them within church life, and encourages them to grow and participate. We will be discussing questions like: What does the Bible really say about disability? What are the barriers that prevent disabled people coming to your church? How can we develop our prayer, worship and teaching to be more inclusive? What would that look like? How can we ensure that disabled people’s gifts are recognised and encouraged?
11/05/2019
10:00
The Happiness Course Leaders Training Day - London
@Livability Head Office, 6 Mitre Passage, London, SE10 0ER
This day will train you to run Livability’s ‘The Happiness Course’ in your community. The Happiness Course is a four session course based on scientific research, ancient wisdom and real life experience. Participants can apply the course to improve their own happiness, and churches can use it to make their community a happier place. The Happiness Course was developed by Livability to support churches in having meaningful conversations about happiness and wellbeing. In every session we talk about our experiences, examine what science tells us, and then explore practical tools that we can use during the week. The course starts by asking the simple question ‘What makes you happy?’ It then examines four different kinds of happiness – pleasure, success, relationships and meaning.
12/07/2019
09:30

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