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Living from Your Heart Rather Than Your Hurts

Living from Your Heart Rather Than Your Hurts

What’s the difference between living from your heart – and living from your hurts? Dr. Jim Wilder is the author of Living From The Heart Jesus Gave You. He helps us understand the difference between living from your heart and living from your hurts. “Living from your hurt means that you are looking at your life according to what you need toRead more

What is the Life Model?

What is the Life Model?

The Life Model is a unifying approach to the ministries of counseling, recovery, pastoral care, prayer ministry, deliverance, inner healing, child rearing, body life and health. The Life Model is a multigenerational model of redemption and maturity from conception to death. While the Life Model incorporates the best in science and medicine, we were carefulRead more

Taking My Healing to the Next Level

Taking My Healing to the Next Level

Healing is a process. At times it can be hard to assess where we are in the journey and what the next step should be. Dr. Jim Wilder provides fresh perspective with these words of wisdom. Forty years in the healing profession have shown me the three hardest things to heal are 3) attachment, 2)Read more

Introducing the AG Speakers: Dr. Jim Wilder

Introducing the AG Speakers: Dr. Jim Wilder

Dr. Jim Wilder is a coauthor and leading developer of the Life Model. Since 1988, he has given over 100 conferences and professional presentations in nine countries. His teaching on trauma and addiction recovery are highly regarded by seasoned professionals. Dr. Wilder has helped write multiple books (translated into nine different languages), several teaching setsRead more

The Top of Dr. Jim Wilder’s Year

The Top of Dr. Jim Wilder’s Year

Annual Gathering is the top of my year. People have always been the center of the Life Model. We write books that people tell us they need. We find out what we need to do next at our Annual Gatherings. Most of what makes an impact on the world is not done by the LifeRead more

Three Streams of Joy Come Together at the 2016 Annual Gathering

Three Streams of Joy Come Together at the 2016 Annual Gathering

The 2016 Annual Gathering—RARE Community: Developing a People of Trust, Joy and Engagement—is the headwaters of three streams that I find very exciting. We know that the topics of the Annual Gathering can become active streams of joy, growth and change from our experience last year with Joyful Journey. We introduced the simple yet revolutionaryRead more

Group Identity: The Most Powerful Thing that Pastors and Leaders Miss

Group Identity: The Most Powerful Thing that Pastors and Leaders Miss

Building a group identity is the most powerful thing a leader can do. If you have been around the Life Model for a while you know what this means but most people do not. Pastors and leaders never reach their life goals because they become focused on lesser targets. The 2016 Annual Gathering 2016, RARERead more

Dear Lord: An Immanuel Reflection from Dr. Jim Wilder

Dear Lord: An Immanuel Reflection from Dr. Jim Wilder

All throughout November, we’re focusing on Appreciation by sharing Immanuel Reflections from the Life Model Team and friends. Learn how to develop an approach to Immanuel Journaling here. Dear Lord: I thank you that I am not like other men or that publican over there! Somehow that pops in my mind when I sit down toRead more

5 Methods of Keeping Participants that Always Backfire

5 Methods of Keeping Participants that Always Backfire

Back when we were running a counseling center and training interns we had two interns who demonstrated to opposite ends of the spectrum. One trainee rarely saw anyone for more than three sessions. The other trainee was still seeing the same people coming more than once a week to group and individual therapy after severalRead more

7 Deadly Traps for Small Groups (and how to avoid them)

7 Deadly Traps for Small Groups (and how to avoid them)

You know that person or couple who only comes by your church or small group when there is a party? They are fun people and seem to want genuinely to connect with community. But when it’s time to volunteer with the church or the neighborhood, they don’t seem to be responding to text messages. If thisRead more

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