Suffering in Betrayal

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Those who are closest to us have some of the greatest power to cause us pain. When someone close to us betrays us; the suffering is significant.

One of our workshop breakout sessions will focus specifically upon suffering in betrayal.

How do we communicate biblical hope to those suffering in this way?
How can we comfort and counsel them well?
What unique realities does a counselor need to be aware of when counseling someone who is suffering in betrayal?

Glen Slingerland of Elisha House will lead a workshop designed to answer these practical questions.

Our 2018 Canadian Biblical Counseling Coalition conference  Let’s talk hope in suffering is fast approaching.

Why not register TODAY?
We’d love to welcome you in person March 22&23 More details about the upcoming conference.

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