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MARCH
2-4
2017

2017 BASS Workshops

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  • Track: Counseling

    How to Restore Broken Relationships (and How to Make Good Relationship Better)

    March 3, 2017 - 9:00 AM Room: WC 114

    Steve Diehl

    Steve Diehl

    God designed human beings for loving relationships, first with Him and then with each other. However, sins damage those relationships. A huge part of the good news of Jesus Christ is God's ability to heal and restore broken relationships. He does this as we practice all aspects of His forgiveness -- receiving it from Him, forgiving others and asking others to forgive us. We also need to learn how to give other people the best opportunities to do the same. In this workshop we will introduce and examine the six principles of Relational Forgiveness, which is how we can create the best opportunity for a broken relationship to be restored and good relationships to be optimized.

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  • Track: Counseling

    Why Didn't You Warn Me? How to Deal with Challenging People

    March 3, 2017 - 10:30 AM Room: Heritage Room

    Pat J. Sikora

    Pat J. Sikora

    Keynote Speaker

    Do you have challenging people in your life or ministry? Dear people who have personal or behavioral problems that challenge both your grace and leadership skills? Let’s review some strategies and step-by-step tips for handling several types of challenging people, whether in your small group or caring ministry. And let's make sure YOU aren't the problem!

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  • Track: Counseling

    Why Marriages Fail - and What You Can Do About It

    March 3, 2017 - 12:00 PM Room: WC 114

    Steve Diehl

    Steve Diehl

    Broken and unsatisfying marriage relationships are all too common in the Church today. But it does not have to be this way. If we know the basic reasons why a marriage fails and how to overcome those obstacles then we will have a much better opportunity to enjoy marriage as God desires it to be. In this workshop we will examine the three basic reasons why marriages fail and what we can do to remedy these common problems.

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  • Track: Counseling

    Biblical Decision Making

    March 3, 2017 - 12:00 PM Room: N15

    Jim Hogsett

    Jim Hogsett

    God gives us the freedom to make our choices in life. The problem is that most of us don't know how to figure out exactly what God's will is in every decision we face—especially the big, life-altering decisions. A major highlight of this workshop is practice making a real life decision using the knowledge/skills taught and using God’s Word to test the results.

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  • Track: Counseling

    Survival Tips for the Wilderness Journey: When the Itinerary You're on Isn't the One You Signed up For

    March 3, 2017 - 1:30 PM Room: Heritage Room

    Pat J. Sikora

    Pat J. Sikora

    Keynote Speaker

    Are you in a spiritual, personal, or professional wilderness? Did your life suddenly take a sharp left turn and leave you grasping for breath? Has your ministry been sidetracked as you struggle to simply hang on? How could this happen? How could God let this happen? If you're asking any of these questions, let me tell you the stories of people who have faced the wilderness and not only survived, but thrived. Learning from the example of Moses' wilderness trek, we'll examine derailed plans and learn eight tips for surviving when life takes a sudden left turn and dumps you in the desert.

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  • Track: Counseling

    How to Forgive Someone Who Has Sinned Against You

    March 3, 2017 - 3:00 PM Room: WC 114

    Steve Diehl

    Steve Diehl

    Sins damage the human soul much like a knife can damage the human body, causing both pain (which leads to anger) and dysfunction. All people have damaged souls, both from our own sins and from the sins others have committed against us. God can and wants to heal us and set us free from the damaging effects of these sins, but to do so He must wait for us to forgive those who have sinned against us.

    However, most Christians struggle in their practice of forgiveness because many false and unbiblical models of forgiveness have been introduced into the Church. In this workshop we will examine the six basic steps of biblical forgiveness and how to practice them so that God can heal you and set you free.

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  • Track: Counseling

    How to Get Your Warrior Back

    March 3, 2017 - 4:30 PM Room: Heritage Room

    Pat J. Sikora

    Pat J. Sikora

    Keynote Speaker

    Have you hit a slump? A depression? Something that is so debilitating it seems you can’t go on? Or perhaps you are ministering to such a person. Let’s discuss some causes of this issue and some surefire techniques for getting that warrior spirit back.

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  • Track: Counseling

    How to Talk So Others Will Listen and Listen So Others Will Talk

    March 4, 2017 - 11:15 AM Room: Heritage Room

    Pat J. Sikora

    Pat J. Sikora

    Keynote Speaker

    Communication! An ever-present challenge in life, in ministry, in relationships. Let’s look at some communication skills that will help you navigate this treacherous river, and help you train those who serve with you.

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  • Track: Counseling

    Your Spiritual Toolbox

    March 4, 2017 - 2:15 PM Room: D1

    Mark Tsujimoto

    Mark Tsujimoto

    Serving God can tire us out. Many of us have been serving for years, and on occasion we feel we are burning out or in a rut. How do we maintain our passion and energy for ministry? The answer is by staying connected to God. This workshop will help you discover different ways, we can stay connected to God and be refreshed for our ministry journey.

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  • Track: Counseling

    What You Might Not Know About Biblical Forgiveness

    March 4, 2017 - 2:15 PM Room: WC 114

    Steve Diehl

    Steve Diehl

    There are many misleading and unproductive ideas about forgiveness that have crept into the Church of Jesus Christ, and without wonder, as Satan does not want God's people to practice real forgiveness. God heals the human soul and restores broken relationships when people practice all aspects of God's forgiveness (receiving it from God, forgiving others, asking others to forgive us, overcoming self-condemnation and eliminating anger against God). So Satan has flooded the Church with counterfeits. People are suffering unnecessarily because they do not know what real forgiveness is or how to practice it. In this workshop we will examine the four most important but neglected aspects of biblical forgiveness.

    Helping people to develop a lifestyle of biblical forgiveness is a necessary part of pastoral ministry, counseling, evangelism, discipleship and more. The Kingdom of God is built upon forgiveness and every Christian should be one the world's leading experts in real forgiveness. The world does not know what real forgiveness is. God made forgiveness possible through Jesus. Without Jesus there is no forgiveness. This workshop will help you to better understand and practice biblical forgiveness.

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  • Track: Counseling

    Obstacles to Healing

    March 4, 2017 - 2:15 PM Room: Heritage Room

    Pat J. Sikora

    Pat J. Sikora

    Keynote Speaker

    Have you tried everything in ministering healing to yourself or others but are seeing limited results? Pat will discuss some obstacles (which can be summarized in one word...) that keep people from receiving either inner or physical healing, based on her 35+ years of experience in healing ministry. And we’ll offer solutions that will guarantee progress.

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  • Track: Counseling

    The Power In Positive Thinking

    March 4, 2017 - 3:45 PM Room: D5

    Wayne A. Hubbard

    Wayne A. Hubbard

    Finally, my brothers and sisters, whatever is true, what ever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable, if anything is excellent or praiseworthy, think about such things. Phil 4:8. This workshop will focus on the power in positive thinking.

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