Safe Spaces Webinar with Jay Stringer March 10 & March 25 Discussion Group

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You are invited to two events:
1. A Safe Spaces Webinar Conversation with Jay Stringer on Wednesday, March 10 (see details below)
2. A Follow-up Zoom discussion - on March 25 @ 9am PST (12p EST). We will gather to discuss how to tangibly support those in our congregations who struggle with unwanted sexual brokenness and supporting each other as ministry leaders - hosted by CRCNA Safe Church and BC Safe Church Ministry Teams, sign up here: https://forms.gle/KPeWGuvvrtKcunix9

Webinar Details 

Jay is a CRC Pastor, Therapist, National Speaker, and Author of the award winning book Unwanted: How Sexual Brokenness Reveals our Way to Healing.

Hosted by: Safe Church Teams of Classes British Columbia South West and North East

Date/Time: Wednesday, March 10 from 1 to 2:30 pm Pacific (4 to 5:30 pm Eastern) via ZOOM, all are invited. 

Register: via Eventbrite at this link 

Join the BC Christian Reformed pastors, staff, church leaders and community as we sit down with Jay Stringer to discuss how sexual shame can be a roadmap to healing. Unwanted sexual behaviors like the use of porn, extra-marital affairs, and the abuse of power are rampant within and outside of our churches. While the local church could and needs to be one of the most equipped and safest places to understand our relationship to sex, it has too often become a place marked by silence or behavior management.  

In this webinar, you will learn:  

  • The origins of unwanted sexual behavior

  • Why men and women stay in self-destructive behaviors 

  • Resources to guide your church to freedom

Questions? Email the Safe Church Coordinator of BC Classes ([email protected]) or Safe Church Ministry consultant, Eric Kas at [email protected]

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