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2021 Forgiveness, Population Health, and Equity Conference

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2021 Virtual Forgiveness, Population Health, and Equity Conference: A Focus on Resilience and Peace!

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Registration is now open for the VIRTUAL 2021 Forgiveness, Population Health, and Equity Conference. The conference will be held on September 18, 2021, from 9 AM to 6:30 PM. The 2021 conference’s theme is “Achieving Forgiveness, Resilience, and Peace in a Pandemic Era”. The conference will feature renowned Forgiveness Researcher, Dr. Everett L. Worthington from the Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA as the morning plenary speaker. Additional conference speakers include Dr. Joyce Balls- Berry from Washington University, Dr. Phillip Karaya of Karaya Consulting, Pastor Y. Peter Paye, Betsy Rodriguez and Dr. Michele Owens-Gary from the CDC, Pastor Emanuel Williams, Minister Enefiok Umana, Pastors Ken, and Amanda Corley for the Tabernacle Church, Dr. Laurice Howell from Planned Lifestyle and Nutrition (PLAN), etc.

The conference will feature several plenaries, panel discussions, and concurrent break-out sessions on Mental Health & Resilience in COVID, Money Management to Survive a Pandemic, Setting Healthy Relationship Goals for Your Marriage in a Pandemic Era, Substance Use & Misuse During the Era of COVID, Stemming the Tide of Pornography in the Church, Dealing with COVID Losses and Grief, Reducing Interpersonal Violence and Abuse in the Pandemic, Men and Women Preparing to Become Godly Spouses, Healthy Nutrition and Weight Management Post COVID, etc.

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Forgive for Health Ministries, Inc. exists to assist those who have experienced life’s trauma or other transgressions to forgive, so that they can thrive. We come alongside churches or places of worship, worksites, families, dyads, couples, etc., to assess forgiveness levels and facilitate the forgiveness process using an evidence-based process.

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