2018-New Stable Guide Topics and a New Unbridled! Learning and Training Center!
Good Day Gals n Guys!
It’s hard to believe the leaves are turning beautiful fall colors, and Charlie and Legacy are growing their cold weather coats already, here in MN! We’ve had such an exciting year of growth and repositioning. The new Unbridled! Learning and Training Center is open and serving our community, I’m continueing to heal from a total knee replacement, we completed the new Stable Guide Seminar-Leadership Advance, and we’re busy finalizing two new Stable Guide topics for next year! In May we will be doing the new Stable Guide topic – Stable Recovery – moving past grief. Stable Recovery-moving past grief, will address how to receive healing and restoration from the devestating losses we experience in life. Unbridled! LLC will also be releasing Stable Ground-Healing from Trauma . Stable Ground-Healing From Trauma will apply to topics such as abuse, trafficking, and any life circumstances that arise against the will of individuals (victimization). 2018 is going to be a powerful year within the Body of Christ. Holy Spirit is opening the eyes of our understanding to know how to ‘Set the Captives Free’ in ever more powerful, complete, and lasting ways.
We will be having a Stable Recovery-Healing From Trauma Seminar Certification here in MN in early May and a Stable Ground-Healing from Trauma Seminar Certification in September. We’re working on the final dates. I will post it some time this month.
We also have a Stable Guide – Unbridled ! (Setting Captives Free) April 6-8, 20128 in Leander, TX. We’ll be hosted by Unbridled Connections, Kelly Jones. More details will be coming soon!
If you would like to Host a FBEAP Seminar Certification or Host a Retreat at your place, call us at 608-712-6217
We are also open here in Lake Crystal, MN, for private client work. We see individuals, couples, families, and Leadership Development/Team Building. Contact us for prices. These sessions can be purchased individually or in 6 packs!
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