E: 80 When the Holidays are Hard: Working Through Forgiveness, with Pey Chu
Where are you hanging your hope this holiday? Pey Chu acknowledges the holidays can be hard, but as she joins Karen Hodge, she teaches us to think biblically about conflict. Pey encourages us to examine our hearts in the face of conflict by working through forgiveness.
About the Speaker:
Pey (MDiv–Westminster Theological Seminary, PA) is wife to a pastor, mom to four kids, and a counselor. She served on staff with Campus Crusade for almost 20 years, 10 of which were spent in East Asia. She received an MDiv from Westminster Theological Seminary, PA in Biblical Counseling, interning for a year with CCEF. In 2016, she moved from the warm South to the frigid Midwest where her husband serves as the Associate Pastor of Naperville Presbyterian Church. She is a counselor with Cross Care Counseling and she currently serves on the women’s ministry team at her church. She was a contributor to Beyond the Roles: A Biblical Framework for Women and Ministry.
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