Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Attend the 1st national Christian Conference for ED’s and Body Image Issues

June 4-6, 2010, Colorado Springs, CO

Steal away to beautiful Glen Eyrie in Colorado Springs to be refreshed and renewed while learning from great speakers including author John Townsend, PhD (Boundaries, Safe People), Travis Stewart, LPC (Remuda Ranch), Misty Rees, CEDS (Selah House), author John Lynch (TrueFaced) and musical guest JJ Heller.

The Event...

Hungry for Hope was founded in 2007 through a partnership between The Navigators and Remuda Ranch, and has quickly become the premiere Christian conference for eating disorders and body image issues. Now hosted by FINDINGbalance, the conference continues to evolve as a key equipping event for professionals and lay leaders alike.

New for 2010 is an expanded team of professionals and presenters as well as a brand new "community track" featuring workshops uniquely directed to those who have been impacted by eating disorders in a personal way (see schedule).


The Setting

Nestled in the beautiful Garden of the Gods, Glen Eyrie is a key destination for those seeking physical, emotional and spiritual renewal. Conference General Sessions are hosted in a turn-of-the-century castle surrounded by beautiful grounds and wildlife. Guestrooms are available in the castle as well as in other buildings throughout the property.

In our fast-paced culture, a respite from the chaos is often just what’s needed to recharge and refresh. At the Glen, you’ll be immersed in nature, your cell phone probably won’t work, and there won’t be a TV in your room. Can’t be without your computer? Don’t worry. There are internet hookups in the rooms as well as a business center to keep you connected with the outside world.

Your host and theme…

Hosted by FINDINGbalance founder and CEO Constance Rhodes, author of Life Inside the Thin Cage and Finding Balance with Food and host of the national "Fb Gathering" support group video-cast, this year’s conference focuses on the importance of relationship, with a particular emphasis on how authenticity in our relationships with God, self, others, our bodies, and yes, even food, can pave the way to freedom from eating disorders and body image issues.

The schedule...

Click here to see what we’re planning for the 2010 event.


To register visit Glen Eyrie’s website and/or call their registration desk at 1-800-944-4536.

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