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The Stubbornness of Shame & How to Help

August 13 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Identify shame, how to come alongside strugglers when shame seems entrenched & unrelenting, and how to point them to hope in Christ.

As we walk with people who struggle and suffer, we inevitably encounter shame. One of the challenges we find is how stubborn shame can be in a person’s life. How do we help when we’ve already tried to help? Join us as we begin to consider how to identify shame, how to come alongside strugglers when shame seems entrenched and unrelenting, and how to point them to hope in Christ.

Esther is a faculty member and counselor at CCEF. She has a master of arts in religion with an emphasis in biblical studies from Westminster Theological Seminary, as well as a master of arts in counseling. Since joining CCEF in 2015, Esther has served various roles, including as a counseling intern, the executive and faculty assistant, and a content editor. Esther has a passion for bringing biblical reframing to a person’s struggles and also holds deep concern for the importance of attending to multicultural aspects of counseling. She is the author of Shame: Being Known & Loved (P&R Publishing, 2022).

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