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10:00am – 11:00am | Physical Health

What the Health? Is your Health on a Detour?

Most people want to get healthy but are unsure where to start. There is so much information available, it can be easy to feel overwhelmed. Through this workshop, we will work through the issue areas that might be holding you back in your health journey, as well as provide you with tools to help you determine your Big MOFA (Big Motivating Factor) and start on the right path to a Healthier You.

In this workshop, we will also learn about:

  • How the foods you eat could be creating disease
  • What foods you could eliminate to become healthier
  • Techniques to help you destress and become the You that were created to be
Dr. Ircel Harrison

12:00pm – 1:00pm | Professional Development

Resilience: Do You Have It?

Resilience is defined as “the capacity to recover quickly from difficulties.”  If there is one thing that we all need right now, it is resilience!  In a rapidly changing environment, the ability to bounce back and keep moving forward is essential. How resilient are you?  In this webinar, we will consider the personal attributes that contribute to resilience and how we can reinforce them.

2:00pm – 3:00pm | Self Care & Burnout Prevention

Creative Play as Self Care

Anne Lamont defines laughter as carbonated holiness. This idea describes why we need, in our human experience, to connect with our inner divine child and allow ourselves to play. In this workshop, Spiritual Director, Jennie Schut will attempt to provide a safe, non-judgmental space in which participants can let go of filters and explore their own creative process. As a group, Jennie will lead you through creating a basic art journal as a ground to create on. Additionally, she will lead you through a creative prompt that might ask you to incorporate feelings, thoughts, prayers, poetry or impulses down on the page as self expression. You will leave with a journal and further prompts to continue the journey and to fill their pages with self expressive treasures.

4:00pm – 5:00pm | Spiritual Health

Journaling as a Spiritual Practice

Journaling is one of the most effective ways to make sense of your life as you slow down and pay attention to your heart, which is critical for self-care and spiritual well-being. Perhaps that’s why it is one of the top recommended practices by therapists. Journaling frees you to discover who you are, discern God’s voice and guidance, and experience healing as you connect head and heart in a creative, spiritual process. Best of all, you don’t have to enjoy writing or consider yourself a good writer in order to benefit from journaling!

Join Certified Spiritual Director Sally Sharpe for Java & Journaling, an online interactive workshop that explores the Why, How, and What of journaling as a spiritual practice. Sally offers a wealth of helpful insights into the purpose of journaling, the documented benefits of journaling, some helpful “how to” guidelines for establishing a journaling practice, and a variety of journaling methods. Bring your own cup of java or tea (optional), a journal, and a pen so that you’re ready to engage in several journaling exercises.

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