Walking Wounded: Hope & Healing for Those Hurt by Church & Ministry An online course focused on working through the painful and confusing aftermath of a negative faith-based experience as a leader, student, church member, pastor – anyone! Have you …
been asked or forced to leave a church because of theological differences or questioning?
felt forced to conform or consistently overlooked
been on the receiving end of “love the sinner, hate the sin”
questioned church/ministry leadership and been shamed or discarded
felt sad, angry, afraid, lost or betrayed after a church/ministry leadership or member experience
experienced a “faith shift” and feel lonely, unsure or lost?
You are not lost, and you are not alone.
Through video, conversation, readings, journaling, storytelling and wellness exercises, Kathy Escobar & Phyllis Mathis will guide a small group of Transform Network friends through the confusion and into a place of purpose and peace. This is a great course for those who want to do their own healing before leading others spiritually, for those who are “done” with church but want emotional closure, or anyone who feels a connection to these ideas. ALL are welcome. ALL.
$69 for 4 weeks of material and facilitation. February 5-March 3.
Kathy Escobar co-pastors the Refuge, a Christian community and mission center in North Denver dedicated to those on the margins of life and faith (www.therefugeonline.org). She journeys with people in hard places as a spiritual director, advocate, and group facilitator. She is author of several books, including Faith Shift: How to Find your Way Forward When Everything You Believe is Coming Apart and Down We Go: Living into the Wild Ways of Jesus and blogs regularly about life and faith at www.kathyescobar.com
Phyllis Mathis, MA, is a psychotherapist, life coach, and spiritual mentor. She works with artists, writers, homemakers and entrepreneurs – any brave soul determined to step into the joy and power of their truest self. Phyllis is co-creator of The Iconic Self, as well as a teacher and founder of The Phyllis Mathis School of Life. She is a gifted writer, speaker, and leadership consultant, as well as a beginning potter.