Pushing Pause in Accelerated Time

Thursday, April 23rd, 1:30pm (Eastern)
Online – in the New Leaf Virtual Learning Centre

Do you feel as if someone just pushed the pause button on society and yet stepped on the accelerator at the same time? If you’re feeling frayed these days, longing for ways to process the anxiety, confusion, and uncertainty of life, please enjoy reviewing this webinar as we learned to make space to hear from God, embrace spiritual practices, and tend our souls in the middle of it all.

We are introduced to the concepts and importance of Contemplative Practice and engage in some simple spiritual practices that you can use in your personal life or offer to your community.

Christa Hesselink has been guiding individuals and groups as they dig deeper into their spiritual life for her entire twenty year career, working in higher education, non-profit development, and church ministry. She is the founder of SoulPlay, and is a well-respected keynote speaker, workshop facilitator and retreat leader. Her focus content includes: transformation & vulnerability, the inner-life of an effective leader, contemplative spirituality, grief & loss, and soul care.  Christa is known for her strategic and collaborative approach to working with individuals and teams and her greatest satisfaction comes when designing compelling experiences for people to slow down so they can wake up to their own soul. She holds a Master’s of Leadership and a Master’s of Theology degree and has been named a “Hero of Children” from World Vision Canada. She is the Canadian best-selling author of Life’s Great Dare and the founder of the Love2Love Project which supports vulnerable children in multiple countries around the world. Christa is a certified coach, certified yoga instructor, and is training to become a spiritual director with the Haden Institute. She has completed the Enneagram Core Program with the Narrative Institute and continues to receive further training. Rooted in the Christian tradition, Christa has found deep meaning and hope, and enjoys companioning others who endeavour to deepen their connection to God – to Spirit, Source and Soul.