October 23, 2021

Hope for Healing

Good News for your Heart, Mind, and Soul

Charleston, SC

Service providers, ministry leaders, and many of us have been pressed well beyond our limits from decision fatigue to despairing situations in the lives of those in our care and communities. Dealing daily with the realities of dissension, despair, disease, and death takes its toll on the mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual wellness of all who serve in our community.

What if there was real hope in the moment of your greatest despair or of your deepest anxiety? Jeff Vanderstelt and Jeff Schulte will lead us as we learn how to re-engage our emotions, experience healing in our hearts, and find deep satisfaction in the places we most long for.

We invite you to come, to experience the gospel truth for your heart and rest for your soul:

“Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For my yoke is easy and my burden is light.” Matthew 11:28-30

Jeff Schulte

Jeff has an MA in counseling with honors, and he earned a Th.M. and M.Div. with highest honors from Western Seminary and a B.A. from Yale University where he majored in Organizational Behavior, Sociology, and Religious Studies.

Leadership counselor, coach and consultant of Tim Man Ministries: Offering guidance to those who want to recover the life they’ve lost and discover the life they desire by learning to live from the heart.

For decades, Jeff has been a trusted friend, guide, and mentor to c-suite executives, elite athletes (college, professional, and Olympic), coaches, musicians, pastors, and non-profit leaders. He is also an in-demand communicator and small group facilitator (executive leadership teams, YPO Forum retreats, etc.)

Married to Brenda for 31 years, Jeff is the father of 6 and the grandpa of two. Home for Jeff and Brenda is Nashville, TN.

Jeff Vanderstelt

Jeff has an MA in Biblical and Theological Studies from Western Seminary and a BA in Business from Calvin College. He is the visionary leader of Saturate, the Soma Family of Churches, and an elder at Doxa Church in Bellevue, WA, as well as a coach and consultant for city collaboration connecting relationships and resources together for the good of the city.

He is a catalytic leader for Saturate the Sound, a collaborative effort of church, civic and business leaders focused on bringing the good news of Jesus to every sphere of the city. His passion is influencing people to experience the everydayness of Gospel truth. His time is invested in training disciples of Jesus to make more disciples of Jesus and equipping the Church in the gospel and missional living. Jeff has authored books: Saturate, Gospel Fluency, and Making Space.

He and Jayne, his wife, have three children: Haylee, Caleb, and Maggie. Connect with Jeff at his website www.jeffvanderstelt.com or on twitter @JeffVanderstelt

Good News for Your Heart, Mind, & Soul

The Good News of the gospel speaks to our hearts, to each emotion we experience. Bruce Waltke states, “From the viewpoint of the writers of the Bible, the heart was the central organ that moved the rest of the body. It denotes a person’s center for both physical and emotional-intellectual-moral activities.” (Evangelical Dictionary of Theology). Faith, hope, and love are mentioned a combined 702 times in the Bible compared to the “heart” which is spoken of over 1,000 times.

The quality of our lives is directly connected to the quality of our relationships. We’ve been created in God’s image and therefore are inherently relational. God created us with emotions as hardwired anthropological indicators of the relational needs that we have for God and others. “It is not good for the man to be alone” (Genesis 2:18). Adam’s loneliness showed him his relational need for Eve (and this was before the Fall). David, the man after God’s own heart and the Psalmist, went to God in the Psalms with every emotion. God invites us to come to Him with our emotions and needs. It is in Jesus that we find deep healing and lasting satisfaction for our longings.

Gospel Fluency to the Heart Videos

Get a preview of the content for this event

Location

Citadel Square Baptist Church
328 Meeting St
Charleston, SC 29403

View Map

Schedule

Saturday, September 18

  • 8:30 AM – Check in
  • 9:00 AM – Session 1
  • 10:30 AM – Session 2
  • 12:00 PM – Lunch
  • 1:30 PM – Session 3
  • 3:00 PM – Session 4
  • 4:30 PM – End of Training