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Free Webinar: Be Healed: A Guide to Encountering the Powerful Love of Jesus in Your Life

April 29, 2014

3 p.m.–4 p.m.


Be Healed: A Guide to Encountering the Powerful Love of Jesus in Your Life

This webinar is for all those who truly desire to share Jesus' powerful love with others, and who personally long for ever deepening healing encounters with Him. With over thirty-five years of experience in parish ministry and in working intimately with Church leaders, Bob Schuchts has led many into profound healing encounters with Jesus.

During this webinar, Bob will invite each of the participants to take a fresh look at their personal lives through the lenses of their baptisms and the prodigal son story, showing how we all readily adopt false identities and, in doing so, obscure the face of Jesus in our ministries.

Sharing experiences from his own healing journey, Bob will encourage participants to enter more fully into their baptismal identities as beloved sons and daughters of the Father. All genuine ministry flows from this foundational identity, which becomes strengthened by personal healing experiences.


Ave Maria Press is pleased to present this webinar in partnership with the National Conference for Catechetical Leadership, the National Federation of Priests' Councils and the National Association for Lay Ministry.

For a complete listing of professional development webinars in this series please visit www.avemariapress.com/webinars.

To view past webinar recordings please visit www.avemariapress.com/webinar-videos.

About Bob Schuchts

Bob Schuchts is the bestselling author of Be Healed and founder of the John Paul II Healing Center in Tallahassee, Florida. In December 2014 he retired as a marriage and family therapist after thirty-five years of practice. After receiving his doctorate in family relations from Florida State University in 1981, Schuchts began teaching and counseling. While in private practice, Schuchts also taught graduate and undergraduate courses at Florida State and Tallahassee Community College. Schuchts later served on faculty at the Theology of the Body Institute and at the Center for Biblical Studies, where he taught courses on healing, sexuality, and marriage. He also volunteered in parish ministry for more than thirty years.

Schuchts and his wife, Margie, have two daughters and eight grandchildren. They live in Tallahassee. 

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