Seminar Schedule and Content
The next seminar The Opioid Crisis: A Christian Counseling Perspective will be conducted at the Bible Fellowship Church of Ephrata, 491 Peach Rd on Saturday, September 30. The schedule will be 8:30 9:00 registration and breakfast; 9:00 9:40 The Opioid Crisis (Dr. Tom Miller); 9:45 10:25 Biblical Foundations to Addictions (Dr. John Pugh); 10:25- 10:35 Break; Christian Formation Interventions 10:35 11:15 (Dr. John Pugh); Case Study 11:20 12:00 (Rodney Mulhollem). You have the opportunity for several different options for reducing the charge of $50. If you have a party of 6 or more, you may have a reduced fee of $45 per person. If you register before September 22, you will have a $5 person reduced fee. You may attend for $35 person if you meet both criteria.
While at one time, our major opioid problem was heroin addiction, now it is a problem with prescription pain relief medications. Governor Tom Wolf has set aside $90.4 million for monitoring what he calls the Opioid Crisis supplying police, park rangers and game wardens with Naloxone for emergency use to save the lives of those in a critical health crisis due to the use of opioids.
August 1, 2017
In this issue:
Seminar Schedule and
The Opioid Crisis
Use of Seminar fees
Of Lancaster County Special Seminar edition - cclconline.org
Counselors & Workers The seminars sponsored by Christian Counseling
of Lancaster County are produced to provide the
Christian Worker and Counselor with the tools
that they need to conduct their ministry effectively.
Selected Professional Christian Counselors from
the area are our trainers that use foundational
biblical principles, not only for use the scriptures
in their counsel, but also to govern the methods
by which they counsel.
Admission fee of $50 to this seminar includes a breakfast September 30 (8:30 to 9) and
Seminar (9 to12) at the Ephrata BFC, 491 Peach Rd. Send to CCLC, PO # 35, Ephrata, PA
17522. (717-617-9725) Discount?___ (group of >6 $5) ___(early bird $5) ___ (both - $15)
All proceeds will be used to
support the Christian Coun-
seling Center on the campus
of the University of Divine
Grace in Chisinau, Moldova
and trip expenses for Dr.
Pugh to travel there. Speak-
ers do not receive an hono-
rarium donating the time in
preparing and speaking to
Christian Counseling of Lan-
caster County. There will be
a trip to Nigeria to teach his
Flagship course that is
based on his book
Counseling: the Spirits Work
in the Human Race.