ADJUSTING TO THE NEW NORMAL

Glen Scrivener

There are questions we rarely take the time to ask. But now that we’re facing a global pandemic and an indefinite lockdown, these issues are brought nearer the surface:

  • How do I handle uncertainty and anxiety?
  • Am I alone in this world?
  • When health and wealth are shaken, what is my hope?

Dr Joanna Jackson

In three interactive webinars we’ll explore these issues with the help of three experts.

Dr Joanna Jackson is a London-based counsellor and psychologist who is much in demand. As we consider not only our physical health but also our mental health at this time of lockdown, Joanna brings much wisdom and experience to the conversation.

Rev. Dr Paul Blackham

Rev. Dr Paul Blackham is an author, speaker and church leader.

Glen Scrivener is an experienced online host of hundreds of conversations — the kind that really matter.

Will you come to our three discussions? We’ll be taking questions, giving practical help and offering hope at a time of crisis. Join us!

Anxiety

How To Face Anxiety

How do we care for our mental health as well as our physical health? We know what physical hygiene requires, is there such a thing as good mental hygiene? And how can we know peace when everything seems catastrophically uncertain? With the help of psychologist, Dr Joanna Jackson, we’ll discuss these issues and more. 

Join us LIVE at 8pm on Monday, 6 April and join the conversation.

Find us at facebook.com/SpeakLifeUK/live

 

 

How to Pray

How To Pray (Perhaps For The First Time)

Are we alone in the world? Is there something more? If so, how might we connect? What is prayer anyway? Might it help at a time like this? And how would we go about it? With the help of church leader, Rev. Dr Paul Blackham and psychologist, Dr Joanna Jackson, we’ll discuss these issues and more. 

Join us LIVE at 8pm on Wednesday, 8 April and join the conversation.

Find us at facebook.com/SpeakLifeUK/live

Fragile

How To Face Our Fragility

We thought we were secure. Perhaps we had health, perhaps we had wealth — or at least enough to get by. Most days we carry on like we’ll live forever. But the current crisis has stripped us of these illusions. How can we handle our fragility. More specifically, how can we face our mortality, with courage, wisdom, and even hope? 

Join us LIVE at 8pm on Friday, 10 April and join the conversation.

Find us at facebook.com/SpeakLifeUK/live

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