90-minute Presbyterian Outlook webinar
Recorded October 29, 2020
On-demand video replay
Presented by Dee Cooper
On-demand replay — $19.95 (per participant)
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Are you running on empty or running behind? Are you powering through the pandemic? What will happen when your reserves are gone? Maybe, they already are.
In this webinar, we will explore new and available alternative fuel sources for you, your ministry, your imagination, your creativity, your well-being and your aliveness. We will cultivate new options that will sustain you in your life and ministry during this time. We will wonder aloud: Can I really play during a pandemic?
Who should attend: Pastors and pastoral leaders
Participants in this webinar will:
- Face the experiences many leaders are having now.
- Explore why “powering through” is not a sustainable option.
- Spark ideas for new ways of generating new fuel for your nervous system.
- Cultivate new possibilities of playful invitations during a pandemic.
Presentation format: The 90-minute webinar will include an hour of presentation followed by 30 minutes of questions and answers. Everyone who registers will receive access to the on-demand replay. On-demand video replay allows you to watch the video recording on the Outlook‘s website whenever it is convenient for you and as many times as is helpful.
DEE COOPER is a minister of Word and Sacrament in the PC(USA), and a clinical fellow licensed marriage and family therapist with more than 25 years’ experience in each area. Dee is the interim executive presbyter of Heartland Presbytery, and a faculty member for Restoring Resourcefulness: A Course of Care for first responders. She also works with the United States Military, as the primary facilitator in Provide for the Provider, nationwide workshops for chaplains, psychologists, therapists, social workers, chaplains, and sexual assault response counselors of the US Military. Dee also enjoys coaching clients, leading workshops and retreats through her business, Adventures for the Wild at Heart.