Life is good … until its not.
Dark clouds come in all shapes and sizes and leave us asking where do we turn? Some of us struggle with mental health: anxiety, depression etc. Some of our struggles come from coping with tough situations in life by Self Injuring: eating disorders, suicide, self harm and drug and alcohol use.
When we are surrounded by these heightened emotions and feelings life becomes one that is isolated from others and we begin to be full of questions instead of answers and we do not know what will work, or where to turn.
How do we begin our journey towards hope, healing, redemption, rescue, and a restoration to wholeness?
Where and when does our journey back to life begin again?
As a Follower of the Way (A Christian) What about our faith? How does our faith fit into our healing journey?
This talk has no cliches, no Christianese and does not put forward promises of false hope.
Brett Ullman in The Walking Wounded begins to address how to walk back towards healing and away from our emotions, feelings and thoughts and that are keeping us paralyzed in life.
No shame, fear, or hiding is required as we are safe to journey towards healing together.
There is Hope for the Walking Wounded.
“Every single church needs to have this man as a mandatory speaker. #walkingwounded in our churches need his message.” ~Cheryl Rowe-Mouland
Youth Director, Bradford, Ontario
“Brett has a unique ability to address some very sensitive topics in a way which is truly heard and absorbed by people from all different Christian traditions, ages and walks of life.” ~David Paisley
Elmira Youth Network
“Brett's honesty about his own personal journey and his ability to hammer home a biblical, relevant discussion on media, faith and culture has inspired our congregation to hear and see what they listen to and watch through a lens of truth. You need him in your church."Kevin Furtney
Lead Pastor First Baptist Timmins
“The message was powerful and the impact substantial. We are already making plans for Part II next year.” Wes Merta. Assistant Principal.
Strathcona Christian Academy