TO Be Told Conference - Dan ALlender Ph.D.
We are excited to bring the Told Be Told Conference to Knoxville, TN. Gen225 is a Knoxville, TN based, national retreat organization providing structured weekends and weekly groups for story exploration, freedom and healing in men, women and co-ed environments. Our facilitators have been trained by Dan Allender, Ph.D. and we are an Alliance Partner of Ransomed Heart Ministries.
About To Be Told: Our stories, in all their beauty and heartache, shape and influence every dimension of our daily life and relationships. Knowing the impact of our story and finding God’s redemptive work within it is vital for emotional, relational, and spiritual formation and health. Our culture often encourages us to focus only on the positive experiences and put the painful ones behind us. Far too often, when the true impact of our stories of wounding and heartache go unaddressed, we find ourselves bound to unhealthy and unfulfilling patterns without hope for change.
Giving ourselves permission to explore how the goodness and pain in our life have shaped us opens the door to transformation and a deeper capacity for joy, intimacy, and fulfillment. To Be Told is far more than the popularized movement to “know your story.” It is an invitation to truth-telling, healing lament, deep soulfulness, and lasting change.
Cost: The fee includes, registration, workbook, snacks and a Saturday lunch
Where: Church in Knoxville, TN TBD by 7/21
7pm-7:30 - Registration/Check-in
7:30-9:30 - Evening Session
9:30-10:00am - Doors Open, Light Breakfast Available
10:00-11:30am - Teaching
11:30-11:45am - Break
11:45am-1:00pm - Teaching
1:00-2:30pm - Lunch Break
2:30-4:00pm - Teaching
4:00-4:15pm - Break
4:15-5:30pm - Teaching
In the stories of our lives, evil has sought to destroy hope and isolate us. Everyone has 6-8 specific stories that evil has used to harm and embed lies. These stories have shaped the trajectory of our lives and at some level evil works keeping us stuck in places of isolation, denial, anger, rejection, contempt, lust, addiction, and fear. Check the Story Library for actual stories.