Raising Christian Children in a Post-Pandemic World

If you have a child in your care who is starting school in August (from Pre-K to College), this event is for you!

Raising children is already hard enough. Add a global pandemic that changed the way we think about the world and it gets even harder. The good news? You don’t have to do it alone.

We know it takes a village to raise strong children. This free event will equip you with the tools and community you need to see the children in your care thrive.

Don’t leave your child’s spiritual development to chance.

What To Expect

There will be a dinner starting around 6:30 p.m. in the Sanctuary, followed by a lecture and Q&A time by Dr. Crystal Brashear. The dinner (and the whole event) is free, and childcare is available upon request. We simply ask that you RSVP below so we can get food and childcare workers together.

We’re here to help resource you and get you connected to a community of people who care about kids—just like you.

More About Dr. Brashear

Dr. Brashear received her Bachelor of Arts in English and Theatre from Southwestern University in Georgetown, Texas, her Master of Arts in Counseling from Dallas Theological Seminary, and her PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision from Texas A&M University-Commerce. 

Dr. Crystal Brashear, assistant professor at Colorado Christian University and licensed professional counselor

Specializing in helping survivors of trauma heal and grow, she is EMDR-certified and is a Certified Humanistic Sandtray Therapist. She has spoken at state, national and international professional counseling conferences on topics such as:

  • posttraumatic growth
  • creativity in counseling, and
  • cultural competency (including spirituality)

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