The Neuroscience of Prayer: That We Would Discern & Do The Will of God Oct 26
- the brain’s inherent tendencies that can short-circuit our best spiritual intentions
- ways to be present and open to the still small voice of God
- spiritual practices that rewire the brain (renew the mind!), strengthen the soul, cultivate Christlike character, and deepen discernment—as confirmed by neuroscience!
October 26,2020 7pm-9pm
Christos Center for Spiritual Formation
There is a Zoom option. The link will be shared with you the morning of Oct 26.
- Leadership & life challenges—Helping leaders support, sustain and strengthen their soul in leadership;
- Career & life transitions—Helping them think creatively and courageously about what’s next.
- Strategic junctures–Helping leaders and teams identify what can’t change and what must.
Kristin has a BA in Religion and Psychology and has long devoted herself to both business and ministry. Her career journey has included stints as a stockbroker, advertising executive, marketing/strategy director and consultant to companies, nonprofits and ministries in the areas of strategy, culture and board governance. She’s also served in ministry leadership roles and has developed content and curriculum for a variety of faith-related initiatives—including curriculum around business leadership and also Christ-centered generosity, both in partnership with the National Christian Foundation – Twin Cities.
Kristin has a deep desire to help strengthen and sustain the souls of leaders in fresh, practical ways and has credentials at the intersection of neuroscience, Christ-centered mindfulness and creative prayer practices, having completed:
- The NeuroLeadership Institute’s Brain-Based Coaching Program
- Transforming Center’s two-year “Strengthening the Soul of Your Leadership” program
- The Spiritual Direction training program through Sustainable Faith.