Brad Hambrick

Grief Evaluation

Posted by on Nov 23, 2012 in Brad Hambrick | 0 comments

Below is an evaluation to help you see (acknowledge) how you are doing with the different challenging experiences that grief brings. At this stage in the journey, it is tempting to begin comparing your loss with others. Inevitably, we begin to think, “Others have it so much worse than me. Why am I down?” Resist the urge to compare your loss with the loss of others. Just because Person A got hit by a truck does not mean that Person B’s knee surgery hurt any less. The purpose of acknowledging the history and realness of your grief is not to give you a tool to downplay your loss (that would be...

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Taking the Journey of Grief with Hope

Posted by on Nov 15, 2012 in Brad Hambrick | 0 comments

Grief is more than sadness. It is losing someone or something that was a part of you and then trying to answer, “Who am I now?” If we love, we will grieve. If we want to love one-another well, we must know how to offer care during times of grief. The goal of this seminar is to give you guidance for the journey of grief, whether you are the one walking this road or whether you are walking with a friend who is grieving. This is a free seminar (please RVSP below). We hope that many people in our community come and learn how to process this powerful emotions we will all face many...

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Overcoming Anger Video 5

Posted by on Nov 9, 2012 in Brad Hambrick | 0 comments

Below is a video from the “Overcoming Anger” seminar presented by Brad Hambrick through a cooperation between Bridgehaven Counseling Associates and the EQUIP series at The Summit Church (Durham, NC). NOTE: Many people have asked how they can get a copy of the seminar notebook referenced in this verbal presentation. Summit members can pick up a copy of the notebook in the church office. For those outside the Summit family, you can request a copy from Amy LaBarr (alabarr@summitrdu.com), office administrator over counseling. “I have not represented God well in your presence. [List] You have...

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Overcoming Anger Video 4

Posted by on Nov 2, 2012 in Brad Hambrick | 0 comments

STEP 4. REPENT TO GOD for how my sin replaced and misrepresented Him. Below is a video from the “Overcoming Anger” seminar presented by Brad Hambrick through a cooperation between Bridgehaven Counseling Associates and the EQUIP series at The Summit Church (Durham, NC). NOTE: Many people have asked how they can get a copy of the seminar notebook referenced in this verbal presentation. Summit members can pick up a copy of the notebook in the church office. For those outside the Summit family, you can request a copy from Amy LaBarr (alabarr@summitrdu.com), office administrator over counseling....

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Overcoming Anger Video 3

Posted by on Oct 26, 2012 in Brad Hambrick | 0 comments

UNDERSTAND the origin, motive, and history of my sin. Below is a video from the “Overcoming Anger” seminar presented by Brad Hambrick through a cooperation between Bridgehaven Counseling Associates and the EQUIP series at The Summit Church (Durham, NC). NOTE: Many people have asked how they can get a copy of the seminar notebook referenced in this verbal presentation. Summit members can pick up a copy of the notebook in the church office. For those outside the Summit family, you can request a copy from Amy LaBarr (alabarr@summitrdu.com), office administrator over counseling. “I do not know...

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Overcoming Anger Video 2

Posted by on Oct 19, 2012 in Brad Hambrick | 0 comments

STEP 2: ACKNOWLEDGE the breadth and impact of my sin. Below is a video from the “Overcoming Anger” seminar presented by Brad Hambrick through a cooperation between Bridgehaven Counseling Associates and the EQUIP series at The Summit Church (Durham, NC). NOTE: Many people have asked how they can get a copy of the seminar notebook referenced in this verbal presentation. Summit members can pick up a copy of the notebook in the church office. For those outside the Summit family, you can request a copy from Amy LaBarr (alabarr@summitrdu.com), office administrator over counseling. “I am beginning...

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