Hope Counseling Services also provides teaching, training and equipping for local churches. We offer a range of topics and formats, from a short 2 to 3 hour seminar, a short webinar, to a multi-week format.
Moreover, our training is customizable, and can be tailored to meet your group’s needs. Topics include: fear and anxiety; depression, suffering, caring for one another, Gospel-centered community, marriage and family issues, endurance, addiction, grief and loss, and dealing with failure.
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9 Week Sunday School Series led by Wes and Jacklyn Tubel
Connecting the riches of Christ to our specific life realities.
Understanding Fear and Anxiety Seminar led by Wes and Jacklyn Tubel
Overcoming Guilt and Shame led by Wes and Jacklyn Tubel
Helping Christians who struggle with sexual sin led by Wes and Jacklyn Tubel
Real Change Seminar led by Greg Norfleet in partnership with Christ Community Church
Growing Together: Up and Out in Chapel Hill with speaker Jacklyn Tubel
How People Change Seminar led by Greg Norfleet in partnership with Triangle Community Church
GriefShare led by Rik and Bobbie Gervais
From Fear to Faith: Getting to the Heart of Anxiety led by Executive Director Wes Tubel in partnership with Triangle Community Church
Faith and Friendship led by Executive Director Wes Tubel
Protecting the Vulnerable: Preventing and Responding to Abuse with guest speaker Julie Lowe
Childproof: Parenting by Faith, Not Formula with guest speaker Julie Lowe
Marriage Counseling Training with Jonathan Holmes
Counsel for Couples: Building and Maintaining a Gospel-Centered Marriage with guest speaker Jonathan Holmes
Gospel-centered Change Course with Executive Director Wes Tubel
Gospel-centered Relationships Course with Executive Director Wes Tubel
Resilient Faith in a Wearying World with Executive Director Wes Tubel and Counselor Bryan Launer
Together for Good: Couples Thriving Together in Ministry with Special Guest Justin Smith
Called as One Marriage Conference with Executive Director Wes Tubel, Leadership Team Members Jacklyn Tubel and Bryan Launer, and guest Emily Launer