Date(s) - 18th Sep 2018
8:30 am - 3:30 pm
Woodvale Baptist Church
The Heart of Peacemaking
An improved ability to be a peacemaker and respond well to the challenge of conflict requires a deeper understanding of ourselves, our relationship with God and the deeper things which drive our responses to challenging situations.
Please note: this course requires having done the traditional Personal Peacemaking or the new Everyday Peacemaking course.
In this training you will:
- reflect upon and practise foundational principles and skills learned in Everyday Peacemaking.
- gain a deeper understanding of the role of the human heart in more serious conflicts
- discover a powerful tool to understand the drivers of your and others’ behaviours
- become better equipped to respond well to challenging people and situations
- engage further with principles of confession and forgiveness
- more seriously explore the concept of a culture of peace and how you can support it in your community/spheres of influence
This training is suitable for all Christians wanting to be more deeply equipped to respond in God-pleasing ways to be a peacemaker, reconcile relationships and address conflict in their own lives.
Please note our cancellation policy:
- Up to one month before the course – No charge.
- From 1 month to 1 week before the 1st day of training – 50% of the fee will be refunded.
- Within one week before the course – no refund will be given*.
* For serious illness or emergency, a fee credit will be supplied to be used within 1 year. Registrants are responsible for registering for future training with credit supplied.
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Steve Frost has been helping people in conflict for more than twenty years as a lawyer, mediator, conflict coach and trainer. He is the founder of Horizons Family Law Centre, a charity that works alongside local churches to help families with high conflict parenting disputes and domestic violence. He pioneered the delivery of non-profit legal help to clients of the Commonwealth-funded Family Relationship Centres in NSW. Steve is a graduate of Morling College and is committed, through all he does, to helping people relate to each other and navigate conflict the way Jesus modelled and taught.
Steve has been facilitating conflict resolution for twenty years, working as a registered safety practitioner in chemical manufacture, downstream petroleum, and ports initially, then subsequently as a pastor, counsellor and school chaplain. Having experienced marital brokenness, his passion is marriage counselling. A Christian writer and blogger for over ten years, Steve has degrees in science, divinity, and counselling. Steve has been married to Sarah for 11 years, and they have a passion for peacemaking. They have one son, and Steve has three adult daughters. Steve is also passionate about intrapersonal conflict, particularly within grief. He is on the Board of the Pallister-Killian Syndrome Foundation of Australia (PKSFA).
Bookings are closed for this event.