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An ACES Presentation as a Sermon

Dale Fletcher ·
My 45-minute Understanding ACES teaching was delivered on Sunday to a church in Rock Hill, South Carolina. This will be followed by a special weekly series that addresses the Christian/biblical solution to the many spiritual risk factors that stem from early life trauma.
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Chaplain Chris Haughee Interview

Teri Wellbrock ·
To quote a friend who just gave her testimony at our church about her own struggles with mental health misdiagnosis and recovery, she was told after her first hospitalization, “This won’t be the first time you deal with this.” Our trauma is always with us.
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"Helping Kids Heal" Five Minutes with Chris Haughee from Covenant Companion

Chaplain Chris Haughee ·
Five Minutes with Chris Haughee: Helping Kids Heal covenantcompanion.com /2018/04/16/five-minutes-with-chris-haughee-helping-kids-heal/ By Guest Author April 16, 2018 Chris Haughee Chris Haughee is a Covenant chaplain working at Intermountain Residential, an intensive residential program for children who demonstrate behavioral challenges with campuses in Helena and Kalispell, Montana. Chris and his family attend Headwaters Covenant Church in Helena. He writes about the ministry at...
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Know Your ACE PLACE

Donna Chacko, M.D. ·
What did you think about when you first learned about ACEs? If you have completed the 10-question ACE survey, you will know your score and might have some idea as to the score of your parents or your children. What is your perspective? Where do you stand? By placing yourself in one or more of the following categories, which I will call ACE PLACES, you will be taking the first step toward the healing and prevention of ACEs.
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Moving Beyond Trauma-Informed

Denice Colson ·
There are four levels of development in treating psychological trauma. Being trauma-informed: This is a broad stroke meaning that you recognize that trauma is a pivotal experience in your client’s lives and yours. Adopting a trauma-informed approach: Now that you have recognition of the importance of trauma in your client’s life, you should want to make some changes in the way you practice. At this level, you need to make an intentional shift in your approach from one that asks, “What’s...
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NEW YEAR. NEW YOU.

Phil Schmauss ·
Take the road less traveled. As the New Year quickly approaches, many of us spend time in review and reflection of the past year’s events and initiate strategic planning for the upcoming year. We create and contemplate lists of resolutions, often featuring some of the same goals from the previous year. But we convince ourselves that this is going to be the year for change and transformation. 2 Corinthians 5: 17 " Therefore, if any man be in Christ, he is a new creation: old things are passed...
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The Books That Helped Me Transition from Trauma to Triumph: A Book Review Series - "The Power of Now"

Teri Wellbrock ·
The author takes us on a journey into a deep place within us, a place where the truth is known "within every cell of (our) body"; beyond the masks we wear, the criticisms we've cloaked ourselves in, our over-thinker personas, fueled by the old doubts we've absorbed into our beings.
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The Soulful Journey of Recovery: A Guide to Healing from a Traumatic Past for ACAs, Codependents, or Those with Adverse Childhood Experiences

Mary Beth Colliins ·
A groundbreaking new book from Tian Dayton, PhD, and the publisher of the New York Times bestseller Adult Children of Alcoholics …The book that started it all! T ian Dayton picks up where Janet Woititz author of Adult Children of Alcoholics left off…..for those who have grown up in a family with addiction, mental illness, or other adverse childhood experiences (ACEs), the heartache and pain doesn’t end when they grow up and leave home. The legacy can last a lifetime and spread to generations...
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Re: Traumatic Incident Reduction Facilitator Training

Dale Fletcher ·
Hello, I am surprised that one of the options to receive notifications isn't Weekly. Is "as it occurs" the only option? Thanks! Dale Dale Fletcher, M.S. President & Executive Director Faith and Health Connection Ministry Teaching Biblical Truths for Health & Wholeness www.faithandhealthconnection.org 803-802-3210 Connect on LinkedIn Join me on FaceBook or Google + to receive encouragement Receive daily affirmations using scripture on Twitter Share my Pins on Pinterest
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Re: An ACES Presentation as a Sermon

Tracy Henegar ·
I would LOVE to see you ppt and notes!!
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Sarah Goode ·
That's wonderful, Dale! I'd love to see what you put together.
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Linda Yuncker ·
Dale, I am deeply touched and so grateful that you are taking this ACEs information into churches. I would love to see what you put together for your presentation.
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King Jones ·
I’d love to see your slides. I live in Union County, NC and have connections to ministries in and around the Charlotte area that could benefit from the info. King
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Linda Ranson Jacobs ·
I have lead break out sessions on trauma to children's ministers and kidmin. Would love to see your slides. Wish i was close enough I could have heard your sermon. Thank you for reaching out to congregations. We have a long ways to go in faith groups.
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Brian Semsem Sr ·
Hi Dale, What a great blessing to hear about being able to share the ACE's information with congregations. I would be very interested in the PowerPoint Slides and script that you used on Sunday.
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Margie Ann Neugebauer ·
It would be helpful and appreciated if you would share your power point and script. Thank you in advance.
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Dale Fletcher ·
Hi King, I actually live in Indian Land, SC quite near Waxhaw, just of highway 521.
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Nancy Ross Rivera ·
This is an answer to prayer indeed! Thank you for sharing. And please do share the slides - greatly appreciated. Be well & keep going!
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Kate Lanelle Reed ·
Yes, please share your Power Point Slides and script. That would be exciting to see! You are making a difference!
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Lisa Compton ·
I would LOVE to see your slides! I have seen a few churches attempt trauma-informed care workshops, but they are primarily focused on foster care.
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King Jones ·
I technically live in Waxhaw, but I’m closer to Wesley Chapel. That being said, I’d love to meet up sometime and discuss!
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Donna Chacko, M.D. ·
Hi Dale, What a fabulous opportunity for Redeeming Life Ministries. I would be extremely interested to hear what you had to say. Sometimes studying about ACE's is depressing, but finding ways to link ACE recovery and prevention to our faith offers incredible hope and healing. I am very glad we have had a chance to connect and look forward to continued co-learning!
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Candi Douthit ·
I would really like to review your slides and comments! We are just beginning this work in rural NW KS. I have been pondering how to share in my Sunday school in a way that resonates that this is how we can truly bring healing through Christ even in the hard issues. Thanks for sharing your article!
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Dale Fletcher ·
I'm working on making some adjustments to the PPT and script and hope to be able to get something to you all this week. Thanks for your patience!!
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Re: An ACES Presentation as a Sermon

Dale Fletcher ·
Hi Folks! I'm attaching two documents that I used to deliver the teaching I mentioned in the post above. There is a Powerpoint file that I used on the Sunday that I've converted to a PDF. And the script that accompanies the Powerpoint is also in a PDF document. This presentation and the supporting documents are a 'work in progress.' As Ronnie and I present this to other churches and ministries in the area, I'm sure that it will evolve. We are doing our best to share this important material...
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Lisa Compton ·
Wonderful information- thank you for sharing!
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Dale Fletcher ·
You’re quite welcome Lisa!
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Margie Ann Neugebauer ·
I"m wondering why you list spiritual issues with heart issues. In my view, they are two separate systems for describing our whole person. I don't see psychological therapy anywhere as a viable research based approach to shame, guilt, forgiveness, anger, abandonment, etc. Yes, they can be spiritual, but therapy deals with those issues also. I prefer to speak of wholeness including heart, mind, spirit, and body. They are all interconnected and each has its own therapeutic modalities. Theology...
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Dale Fletcher ·
Hi Margie, Thanks for your comment! My appreciation is that we human beings are at our core, spiritual in nature. All of our relational experiences and circumstances affect our spirit, our inner most nature.... which I think can also be called our heart. I think it is not possible to separate emotions, heart, spirit and the mind. They are all so intricately interconnected. I teach that ACEs are issues of the heart/spirit. They are wounds to a person at their deepest level. As I Christian, I...
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Donna Chacko, M.D. ·
Thanks so much for sharing all of this information and all your hard work. Choosing the right words for these discussions is challenging....mind, spirit, soul, heart?? It's not black and white. As a doctor, I first think of the heart as the incredible pumping heart that pumps 1500-2000 gallons of blood each day as it recirculates our 5 quarts of blood. I guess that's why I stick with body, mind, and spirit (soul). However we describe our parts, we can all agree they are God given and ...
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Daun Kauffman ·
How are your Thursday sessions going? Are there slides for Thursdays als available?
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Dale Fletcher ·
Hi Daun, we are not using slides for our Thursday sessions. We are slowing addressing the most prevalent spiritual risk factors and issues of the heart and their associated biblical principles/truths. This Thursday at least one of the participants experienced a very, very powerful release/inner healing/deliverance. It was life changing for her, praise God!
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Augusta Olaore ·
I am interested in the slides used for the sermon. Also where is the training being done in California? Augusta
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Dale Fletcher ·
Hi Augusta, i added the slides and script that I used at the following post update: https://www.acesconnection.com...6#483487471880666946 Hope that you found them insightful. Dale
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Augusta Olaore ·
Thanks for the response. I found it useful. Where is the Masters Training in ACE being offered? I live in Southern California. Augusta Sent from my iPad
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Linda Ranson Jacobs ·
I'll jump on this bandwagon also and would like to see your slides. I've done ACEs training for children's ministers and sent someone my slides and presentation. Can't remember who it was. But my slides are more for children's ministers and I'd like to see the slides for grown up people. Ha, ha.
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Dale Fletcher ·
Here you go Linda! The slides are at a post at this link. Let me know if you have any questions. Dale https://www.acesconnection.com...6#483487471880666946
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Belinda Donovan ·
This is wonderful Dale! Thanks so much for sharing!
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Dale Fletcher ·
Sure thing Belinda! Let me know if you have any questions.
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Re: The Soulful Journey of Recovery: A Guide to Healing from a Traumatic Past for ACAs, Codependents, or Those with Adverse Childhood Experiences

Donna Chacko, M.D. ·
Thanks for this review. I just ordered it---just what I was looking for as I organize a presentation about ACEs. Trying to offer as many recovery suggestions as possible, particularly from a Christian perspective. serenityandhealth.com
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Donna Chacko, M.D. ·
Dale, You are continuing to do such great work...not just directly with those in your programs, but by sharing your material so generously. Thank you so much. I was thinking about how each of us reacts to ACEs when we first hear about them--immediately trying to see where we fit in the survey. Have you read anything written about this? Such as specific calls for action depending on where you fit...hi score, low score, children have high score but you don't, etc. I hope you are well. I can...
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Dale Fletcher ·
Thanks for the encouragement Donna! To answer your question, I have not yet developed such a 'next step' document, etc. In doing a quick search I found this - My ACES are too high, now what Is this the kind of thing that you are talking about, but from a faith perspective? And thanks for the encouragement to self care. I'm on it.... with God's help! ~ Dale
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Kimberly Ladd ·
Hi Dale that is wonderful! Please share Power Point Slides and script. Thank you!! Kimberly@MauryPrevention.org
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Roxanna Foster ·
Hi There, I am a participant in Dale's class. There is another person who would like to subscribe to the ACE Connection site, but can not because she is not affiliated with an organization and does not have a website to enter into the platform. Is there another way to join? Thanks for your help!
 
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