The PD-U is a two-day conference designed to equip men, women, & students with an understanding of the factor that create and reinforce addictive sexual behavior.
It provides a comprehensive understanding and the tools required to develop a healing ministry that
offers hope and freedom to men, women, students, and families. Topics include:
CULTURE OF GRACE
The woman at the well, the tax collector, the adulterous woman and the condemning Pharisees: servants and leaders,
the poor and the wealthy, all had encounters with Jesus and were transformed by His grace. For our church to prosper
we must establish, as Christ did, a Culture of Grace.
RENEWING THE MIND
Romans 12:2 instructs: “Do not conform to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your
mind.” How is it possible to unlock the unhealthy habitual responses and learn new methods? Renewing the Mind
requires identifying unhealthy patterns and integrating new experiences that are positive, productive, and restorative.
For real sobriety to take hold, one must acquire a new set of tools to combat old behavioral patterns. Establishing
Sobriety provides a foundational strategy for overcoming unhealthy response patterns. The biblically sound and
clinically-proven concepts are designed to help people break free from the cycle of addiction and relapse.
In our culture, most people do not have close friends who know their entire story and will be there at a moments’
notice. Our society demands autonomy and encourages isolation, but God calls us into relationship. Group Dynamics
instructs how to form and lead a group that provides a safe place of acceptance and restoration.
All marriages have their ups and downs, but nothing tests the strength of the relationship like sexual addiction.
Building a foundation for marriage on forgiveness, trust, and intimacy is possible, but only with God. Family Dynamics
provides biblical strategies and practical tools for developing healthy sexuality within marriage.
Do you have questions about sexual addiction, but feel reluctant to discuss it in a large group? Many individuals,
including both the addictand their spouse, have questions, comments, and concerns about sexual addiction, but don’t
know how, or who, to ask. Join our panel of experts in a small-group discussion—one for men and one for
women—regarding those hard-to- ask questions.
To experience true healing, one must look to the source of the original wounding. A “band-aid” approach to healing
only promotes temporary relief, as woundedness often resides in the soul. Healing Woundedness presents a practical
approach to accessing, cleansing, and ultimately healing the wound.