Q&A with Dr. Jim Wilder, Ray Woolridge, Amy Brown, Michael Sullivant, Michel Hendricks.

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"Thinking Faster Than Conscious Thought" Right-hemisphere to right-hemisphere communication, mindfulness, knowing and mutual mind.

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"Conscious Thinking with God" Words, scripture study, journaling, talking and meditating.

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"Thinking Slower than Conscious Thought" What our bodies know and try to tell us.

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"Thinking with a Group Mind" Group mind states, shared Presence, worship, community practices and traditions.

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Dr. Jim Wilder welcomes four distinguished colleagues to discuss the main focus of the seminar.

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This is Jim Wilder’s brief introduction to the Heart and Soul conference. He speaks about how Jane and Dallas Willard paved the way in his experience to learn how vital it is to welcome the real-time and interactive presence of Christ into the healing and maturation process for all Christ-followers.

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In this opening session to Transform 19, Dr. Jim Wilder addressed how the authentic love of Christ can rise and grow within the community of faith to "overcome the world."

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Suppose being a Christian is a bit more mysterious than what we’ve made it out to be. Jesus saves – a phrase plastered on billboard signs and bumper stickers across America has become more associate with avoiding punishment and very little with transformation value for our character.

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