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Recorded Webinars

Check out some of our previous live, online events on your own time. Your purchase grants you lifetime access to the recording.

Confronting Spiritual Abuse

Led by Rachael Clinton Chen, MDiv, you’ll spend time understanding spiritual abuse in context: the systems, processes, and people who perpetrate it. You’ll learn to identify and name the abuse and learn ways in which you can start to heal. (3.5 hours)

Healing from Spiritual Abuse

Led by Rachael Clinton Chen, MDiv, and Matthias Roberts, MA, you’ll walk away with a new imagination for what the healing process can look like for you. We believe that healing is possible. By doing this work, you can begin to reclaim spiritual beliefs and practices and reconnect with God and others in a deeper way. (2 hours)

Exploring Triangulation Within Your Family of Origin

Led by Dr. Dan Allender and Adam Young, LCSW, MDiv, you’ll gain insight into your role in your family, understand the effects of triangulation, explore how envy affects personal growth and relationships, and learn to revisit heartbreaking stories from the past with kindness. (2 hours)

The Power of Jesus in Therapeutic Practice

Led by Dr. Dan Allender and John Eldredge, you’ll discover how to seamlessly and authentically integrate therapeutic best practices with the healing power and loving care of God. (2 hours)

The Brain and Hope

Led by Dr. Dan Allender and Curt Thompson, MD, this webinar is a profound examination of the neuroscience of suffering and hope. You’ll learn more about how the narrative process and confessional communities can activate the brain’s pathways to foster hope. (2 hours)

The Heart and Desire

Led by Dr. Dan Allender and Jay Stringer, LMHC, you’ll learn how the war of desire develops, what sustains it, and how to live well amid all the beauty, heartache, and redemption it will bring. (2 hours)

Stories That Shape Us: Spring Webinar Bundle

Save 16% when you bundle four webinars from our spring webinar series, “Stories That Shape Us.” Includes webinars with Adam Young, John Eldredge, Curt Thompson, and Jay Stringer. (8+ hours)