Prevention Seminars

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We offer prevention-based seminars around the world on pastor self-care topics. Because of the high cost of travel, we cannot offer a free seminar for audiences of less than 30 pastors outside the USA, or 20 pastors within the USA. Seminar participants receive a free copy of the PowerPoint presentations to enable them to retrain others. Please click on “Contact Us” to request details. Be sure to indicate your country, city, and seminar language in your message. Requires at least 4 months lead time.

1. Burnout Prevention and Recovery–based on our book “Rebound from Burnout: Resilience Skills for Ministers.” This is a two-day (12 hour) seminar in English or Spanish and a three day seminar in languages that require a translator.

2. Church Conflict–based on our book “Transforming Conflict: Relationship Skills for Ministers.” This is a two-day (12 hour) seminar in English or Spanish and a three day seminar in languages that require a translator.

3. Spiritual Formation–based on our book “Transforming Personality: Spiritual Formation and the Five Factor Model.” This is a three-day (18 hour) seminar in English or Spanish and a four day seminar in languages that require a translator.

4. Retirement Transition–based on our book “Finishing Well: Retirement Skills for MInisters.” This is a two-day (12 hour) seminar in English or Spanish and a three day seminar in languages that require a translator.

5. Crisis Debriefing–based on numerous resources including our book “Rebound From Crisis: Resilience for Crisis Survivors.” This is a two-day (12 hour) seminar in English or Spanish and a three day seminar in languages that require a translator.

6. New Believer Transition–based on our book “The New Birth Transition: Conquering Rejection.” This is a two-day (12 hour) seminar that helps new Christians to develop skills to safely acknowledge their faith even though they originate from cultures that tend to disdain and reject Christians. This seminar is specifically developed for those from Muslim and Buddhist backgrounds.

© 2013 Nathan Davis

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