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Seeking God When Your Life Falls Apart
What do we do when life as we knew it seems to have fallen apart in almost every conceivable way? When it feels as though everything has gone wildly wrong, and our very identities have become a huge question mark?

While God shapes us through our circumstances, sometimes the pain seems too much to bear.
How do we seek God in the midst of it all?

In this FREE live webinar, Stephanie Black, Serge’s Theological Education Specialist will share insight into:

- How to process tremendous loss, and seek God in the midst of it
- How to know God's goodness deeply in the midst of deep disappointment
- How to minister to others as a person who also suffers loss

Stephanie’s presentation will be followed by a live Q and A session.

If you’re wondering how to experience a relationship with God after suffering loss or life-shaking circumstances, this webinar is for you!

Jun 10, 2020 11:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Stephanie Black
Serge Theological Education Specialist
Stephanie brings her international experience in theological education to Serge as an itinerant Theological Education Specialist, based in Dublin, Ireland, and travels to serve Serge's fields of ministry around the world. Her desire is to serve the Kingdom of God by teaching in theological institutions alongside Serge's church-planting efforts, helping Serge develop and strengthen partnerships in theological education, and inviting and equipping others to participate in theological training in cross-cultural settings. Stephanie's passion for equipping emerging global church leaders with skills in reading and interpreting the Bible led her to complete a Ph.D. in New Testament Greek in 2000. Since then she's taught in graduate schools of theology in Ethiopia, Kenya, and India. She is also Affiliate Associate Professor of New Testament at Fuller Theological Seminary and an ordained Teaching Elder in the Evangelical Presbyterian Church.