This webinar provides an overview of domestic violence including its prevalence, forms of abuse, its basis in power and control, its impact on children cultural barriers to accessing mainstream services, why victims remain in abusive relationships, concepts of prayer and forgiveness, and the spiritual aloneness a victim feels who believes God has abandoned her. The webinar will end with suggested actions we can take to ensure we respond in helpful, not hurtful ways, including what to say to someone who is or we think is being abused, helping a victim increase her safety and that of her children, and how to find local domestic violence programs that can help a victim decide what she is willing and able to do.

Potholes on the Way to Bethlehem: Navigating the Stress of the Nativity Season

This webinar from the Center for Family Care discusses the stress of the Nativity season and how to navigate the potholes. More »

The Spiritual & Physical Heart: What's the Connection?

Learn about the connection between the spiritual and physical heart through a webinar featuring Trent Orfanos MD, Functional Cardiologist. More »

Raising Our Sons: Understanding the Inner Life of Boys

This webinar hosted by the Center for Family Care features George Papageorge, M.A., MFT on understanding the inner life of boys. More »

Observing Holy Week as a Family

This virtual panel with the Center for Family Care was a discussion about the practicalities of preparing your families and keeping them engaged throughout Holy Week. More »

Preparing Your Family for Holy Week

With Great Lent winding down, we sense the nearness of Pascha—the Feast of Feasts! After the ‘bridge’ of Lazarus Saturday and Palm Sunday, we’ll arrive at the distinct point of Holy Week. It will be time for us to “go up to Jerusalem,” sharing in our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ’s Passion, Crucifixion, and triumphant Resurrection. The watchful disposition of the Church is, especially at this time, reflected in the home. It is a week that calls for prayer, focus, stamina, and—for most of us—planning! Over the last few years, the Center for Family Care has produced two webinars specifically designed to encourage families to experience Holy Week in a rich and meaningful way. Along with new supplemental discussion points, we offer these presentations again to assist your family in its Holy Week preparation. More »

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