The Church of the Brethren Leadership Summit on Wellbeing is planned by a group of denominational staff as a virtual event on the evenings of April 19-22. Early-bird registration ends April 9. Take advantage of the $25 savings on attendance to get the early-bird price of $50.
Dr. Jessica Young Brown, a counseling psychologist and assistant professor of Counseling and Practical Theology at the Samuel DeWitt Proctor School of Theology at Virginia Union University.
Melissa Hofstetter, an ordained Mennonite minister and clinical psychologist, the founder of Shepherd Heart, who has been adjunct professor in the doctoral and undergraduate psychology departments at Azusa Pacific University.
Ronald Vogt, a psychologist at the Emotional Health Center in Lancaster, Pa., and a certified therapist and supervisor in Emotionally Focused Therapy.
Tim Harvey, pastor of Oak Grove Church of the Brethren in Roanoke, Va., and a former moderator of Annual Conference.
Erin Matteson, an ordained minister in the Church of the Brethren and a former pastor of 25 years, currently working as a spiritual director, retreat leader, writer, and speaker.
Bruce A. Barkhauer, a minister in the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), an author, and adjunct professor with both Lexington Theological Seminary and the IU School of Philanthropy.
Continuing education units are available for ministers who attend the live Q&A and interactive sessions. The summit includes both prerecorded videos by the keynote speakers, to view on your own, and live interactive sessions with the speakers and other attendees.
Register and find out more at www.brethren.org/leadership-wellbeing.
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