A Weekend with Brad & Eden Jersak

Join us Friday evening, October 19th, and Saturday the 20th, for a refreshing, stimulating, and heart-expanding time with Brad and Eden Jersak!

Through his books and seminars, Brad shares the good news that God is Love, perfectly revealed in Jesus Christ. He teaches others how to encounter God through the practice of “listening prayer,” through which God’s love heals wounded hearts and empowers us to heal this broken world.

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Brad is a friend, a church-planter/pastor, monastery reader and preacher at All Saints of North America Orthodox Monastery, a professor at Westminster Theological Centre in the UK, and author of Can You Hear Me? Tuning in to the God Who Speaks, Her Gates Will Never Be Shut (on Hell and the Theology of Hope), Stricken by God? on Non-violent Atonement, and A More Christlike God: A More Beautiful Gospel. He is also the editor of Christianity Without Religion magazine.

Eden Jersak was on the leadership team that planted Fresh Wind Fellowship in 1998 and served as team leader from 2008-2013. Her book, Rivers from Eden, leads readers into 40 days of intimate conversation with God. After stepping down at Fresh Wind, Eden re-entered the financial world for several years. She now runs Fresh Wind Press and continues, as invited, as a gifted teacher and retreat facilitator.


We will meet Friday and Saturday evenings at 6:30, and Saturday morning into the early afternoon. Lunch will be provided.


A location for the evening sessions will be determined based on the number of attendees.


A time to come together and learn fresh and refreshing forms of listening/imaginative prayer, learn how to more effectively cooperate with Jesus in our own healing and the healing of others. Plus of course, if we want, there will be time for beautiful conversation about Hell (you read that right) and God’s nature as revealed in Jesus.

how much?

There will be no registration fee, but donations are appreciated and there will be a chance to contribute.

Register now, as space for the main gathering (Saturday during the DAY) will likely be limited to about 25 people…