Healing the 💔 Hearts 💕 of our Children
Helping to heal families. A 4 weeks Elijah House Teaching Series by Sandra Sellmer-Kersten
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This course is about healing the hearts of our children. There are nine biblically-based topics that will equip you to bring healing to those around you as well as bringing healing to your own life. Included are recorded testimonials from Mark & Maureen Sandford, US friends and Elijah House NZ leaders. This course is open to anyone who wants to see hearts healed - parents, newly weds, step-parents, foster parents, grandparents, aunties, uncles, teachers, counsellors, school chaplains, pastors, bible-in-school teachers, children's ministry workers, leaders and teams. Course outline Week One: Wednesday 25 October Session One: Apologies Session Two: Restitution Week Two: Wednesday 1 November Session Three: Emotions Session Four: Discipline Week Three: Wednesday 8 November Session Five: Bitter Root Judgements Session Six: Bitter Root Expectancies Session Seven: Inner Vows Week Four: Wednesday 15 November Session Eight: Pre-Birth & Infancy Session Nine: Blessing Course requirements: Having a good internet connection is required to view the lessons and engage in the weekly meetings with Elijah House NZ leaders via our google classroom. Payment is required prior to access to the online classroom. Note: payment details are found on the information sheet link following your registration. For further assistance or questions please contact email@example.com This course runs 7:30-9pm on Wednesday evenings, 25 October - 15 November 2023 (runs over four consecutive weeks, covering nine topics). Cost: $30 pp or $50 per couple (with access to review the topics over the week). This course includes Q&A sessions each evening and a workbook. This course will be hosted via Google classroom but you will also have the option of joining a group gathering in the lounge. Registration required by: Friday, 20 October or while spaces last.
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