These talks will equip prayer ministers to bring God’s grace into difficult situations.
Whether prayer ministry is your profession, your vocation, or something of each, you will find encouragement and wisdom to carry on and Pray Strong!
Sep. 20 - Psychological and Spiritual Healing
Oct 18 - Learning to Listen
Nov 15 - Surviving and Thriving in Prayer Ministry
Feb. 21 - Praying with Survivors of Trauma / People with PTSD
Mar. 21 - Praying with Survivors of Sexual Abuse
April 25 (4th Tuesday) - Praying with Survivors of Satanic Abuse
Eileen has been a Christian psychotherapist for trauma-related disorders, grief & loss, and other mental health issues in medical & psychiatric hospitals and clinics for over 35 years.
Eileen co-founded and was clinical director of Crossroads Counseling Center, an interdenominational Christian counseling clinic in Ann Arbor, for 14 years She regularly integrates faith-based principles into her practice and educates prayer ministries and other community groups.
Currently Eileen is in private practice in Ann Arbor where she sees clients from many backgrounds. She is a member of the American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress and the National Center for Crisis Management. She specializes in differentiating the spiritual, psychological, and medical roots of issues and consults internationally.
She loves her work and seeing God doing amazing, deep healing in people’s lives.
Select your ticket to attend: $15 each class or $35 for a season bundle. No refunds or replacements for tickets within one week of class for single tickets or within two weeks of the start date for season tickets.
Allow extra time between 4:30-6:30 for rush hour traffic in every quadrant of the compass.
Street parking is limited; visit the church website to locate the well-hidden church lot accessed from Kingsely between Elizabeth and Division: www.stthomasannarbor.org.
Going down the hill on Elizabeth, the office is just past the rectory, a building attached to the church. Enter side door of office, under the brown awning just past the fenced-in dumpsters.
Doors open at 6:30 so you can bring a brown-bag or takeout supper and share experiences and challenges with fellow prayer ministers. Coffee, tea, and water provided.