We are hosting a workshop designed to help us understand the effects of stress and the importance of self-care in difficult seasons of our lives. We will learn about how the brain responds to life’s challenging situations and some practical self-care strategies to combat stress and negativity. The overall goal is to promote wellness.
We’re bringing in Sarah Juchnowski to facilitate this event. Sarah is a psychologist with St. James Assiniboia School Division. Her passion is working with children and families and sharing her knowledge about the brain and mental health in an accessible and practical ways. She comes to us with experience in dealing with stress, anxiety and negative thinking. With a deeper understanding of how stress affects us we can empower change towards a more healthy and peaceful way of life.
We are hosting a workshop designed to help us understand our responses to traumatic events and how to establish good boundaries in traumatic relationships. Understanding our own and other people’s responses and the way they deal with difficult news or situations as well as learning what appropriate boundaries might be are two topics that will be covered in this evening workshop.
We’re bringing in Jaymie Friesen from MCC to facilitate this event. Jaymie is the Abuse Response and Prevention Coordinator for MCC in Manitoba and comes to us with experience in helping churches and communities deal with the impacts of betrayal of trust, sexual misconduct and other similar topics. You can read her bio here.
Don’t get stuck asking “What would Jesus Do?” Be equipped to do it!
What is the “Do What Jesus Did” event?
John Wimber famously asked the question, “When do we get to do the stuff?” We are not only meant to believe in Jesus and what he did – we are meant to be transformed by his love and do what he did in our everyday lives today. Jesus himself said, we would do greater things than he did (John 14:12). Many of us would be content to see only a little of what he did in our lives. We want to see the things he did expressed in our own lives and in our life together. Jesus has invited us to participate in his mission – to change the world around us – to see God’s Kingdom here on earth!
At this event you will get practical and inspirational teaching, you will get to pray for others and be prayed for, and you will be equipped to go out and do what Jesus did. God may well transform your life and use you to transform someone else’s life too!
Who is Robby Dawkins?
In 1996 Robby and his wife, Angie, planted a church among the urban poor of Aurora, Illinois (Chicago). More than half his congregation were drawn into God’s story through power encounters and miracles. God called Robby for the purpose of building up and equipping the local church with “power tools” to do what Jesus did. These “power tools” are prophetic ministry, healing, ministry of the presence of God, and deliverance from demonic power. Robby tells hundreds of personal stories of God’s Kingdom breaking in anchored in practical biblical insights.
Father wants you to know Him loving you right now!
Many people have said that it is difficult to take a week off to do the Fatherheart A Schools that we’ve hosted in the past. These “taster sessions” are for those who want to find out what it’s all about, but who can’t commit to a whole week.
Trevor and Linda Galpin are international Team Leaders with Fatherheart Ministries and will be teaching these sessions. Their passion is to teach a prophetic revelation of the Father’s love that brings us to live as sons and daughters. They travel extensively as the International coordinators of Fatherheart World, which is the relational network of friends and supporters of Fatherheart Ministries around the world. The Galpins speak at churches, conferences and lead “A Schools” in the US, Europe and Africa. One of Trevor’s passions is church history and he teaches this at the Inheriting the Nations School in New Zealand. He loves to write about their traveling and journey with the Father. If you’d like to read more about them, you can visit their blog.
Dates & Times:
Sunday, March 15th, 2:30pm-4:00pm
Monday, March 16th, 7:00pm-8:30pm
$25 per person for both sessions.
Payment is appreciated with registration but can also be brought to the first session. Cheques should be made out to “Winnipeg Centre Vineyard” with “Fatherheart sessions” in the memo line.
This will help pay for the costs involved in bringing them here.