Martin Luther’s Christ-centered theology, based in his desire for care of souls, provides Christian counselors and pastors with a foundation to bring Christ’s Gospel and forgiveness into their soul care. Join Dr. Rick Marrs for this free webinar and learn how to do Christ-Centered Therapy. This is a free event open to the public.
The Psalms invite us to put our most difficult experiences into words and share them with God. Research on therapy has found psychological benefits from journaling and talking with others who are safe and empathic. The Gideon Institute is sponsoring a two-track conference to hear from therapists, pastors, theologians, and sufferers speak about addressing sin and suffering by talking with God and others, October 29-30, 2021, in partnership with the Julianna Poor Memorial Counseling Center of Houston’s First Baptist Church. Held live at the Downtown campus of Houston’s First Baptist Church, speakers and attendees will be able to attend in-person or online.
You can sign up for either one or both conference tracks:
Therapist Track: Four sessions on Fri afternoon, Oct 29, starting at 12:30pm, & Friday evening at 7pm with singer/songwriter Andy Gullahorn and Christian mental health advocate, Kay Warren. $100 includes 3 CEUs
Laypersons/Ministers Track: Friday evening at 7pm, Oct 29, with Andy Gullahorn and Kay Warren, & four sessions Sat morning, Oct 30, starting at 8:30am. $25
Students can attend the entire conference for $25.
The Friday evening concert and talk only, with Andy Gullahorn and Kay Warren, is just $10.