Addressing Mental Health Through Past Traumas

Addressing Mental Health Through Past Traumas

Mental health has become a major topic of discussion in recent years especially within congregations. Congregational leaders have been tasked with addressing their own struggles while also supporting and providing resources to the members of their congregations. In this workshop, Pastor Kenneth Hilliard of Building Stronger Family will share more about mental health and past trauma and the program, Reactive Lifestyles, which addresses how past trauma can affect people each day and how they work through their struggles to be free to live their lives. 
 

WORKSHOP DATE & TIME OPTIONS 

Thursday, October 27 | REGISTER FOR THIS WORKSHOP  
6:00 - 7:30 PM EST
 

Thursday, November 3 | REGISTER FOR THIS WORKSHOP
11:30 AM - 1:00 PM EST 


ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR

KenHilliardKenneth Hilliard is first and foremost a devoted family man who is committed to his wife Antoinette Hilliard and their three children Jarrell, Jaqual and Tre’vion. One loving daughter-in-love Tanika, a son-in-love Patrick Tinker and two grandchildren Jariah and Jaydon. In April 2015, under the leading of Holy Spirit, Ken Hilliard and his wife Antoinette organized Grace and Glory Encounter Ministries in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Apostle Ken is distinguished by his revelatory teaching and his humility. He has a powerful apostolic call and he is dedicated to perfecting the saints. His ministry is earmarked by perpetual prayer and strong prophetic worship which releases the glory of God One of Pastor Ken’s passion is making an impact in the lives of people that will shift their personal destiny to how God intended. Which is what led him to Building a Stronger Family. The purpose and mission of the organization is aligned with his purpose and personal mission in life. Above all, Pastor Ken’s desire is to please the Father, to please Jesus and to have intimacy with Holy Spirit. His life demonstrates the Kingdom of God according to I Corinthians 2:4, And my speech and my preaching was not with enticing words of man’s wisdom, but in demonstration of the Spirit and of power.