How does one find good mentors? And what do we mean by mentoring anyway? What makes for a good mentoring relationship? These are some of the questions we'll be discussing with Julie Dahl and Jeff Hardin at University of Wisconsin-Madison. Click here to learn more and register to join us.
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In this webinar you’ll learn about how mental health and spiritual health are intimately related. We will discuss how spiritual teachings are used in mental health treatment and how mental health treatment can improve your spiritual life. This event sponsored by Black Scholars and Professionals ministry is open to EVERYONE: grad, undergrad, staff, volunteers, faculty, donors, and friends. Register at www.bit.ly/bsaphealth.
Register for this in-person annual conference held Feb 24-25, 2023 in New York City, NY. Audacious hope is daring to imagine what the world could be, guided by our faith in Christ. Through the lens of audacious hope, we see brokenness in the world as opportunities to use our skills, imagination, and resources to make a positive impact to redeem these areas. It means seeking God's wisdom to not only repair these areas of brokenness within our workplaces but also throughout our entire lives. At BiB, we are seeking to dive into a better understanding of how this audacious hope can manifest, from how it's defined biblically to how Christian business leaders have lived out this Hope in modern day. Click here to learn more.
Inviting grad students and healthcare professionals to join Christian Community Health Fellowship for an in-person (and virtual) conference March 16 - 18, 2023 in Covington, KY. The conference is designed to encourage and to refresh as we explore the theme: Anchored: Prisoners of Hope.
Click here to learn more about the conference and graduate student scholarship opportunities.