Don’t Miss Rescue Academy (a New Resource from

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rescue academySpent some time this week with a new resource from People of the Second Chance.  Whether it finds a place in your resource library or you use it to train small group leaders or coaches, it really looks like something you may want to take a look at.

Resource Academy is “a 7-part video and workbook training that will help your team say the right things at the right time as they counsel others through real-life problems. Many leaders face difficult counseling situations that they have never been trained for. This course teaches principles, strategies and key insights to handle almost any situation and equip staff, group leaders and volunteers to be equipped in helping hurting people (from the website).”

Video-driven, the video sessions are 17 to 22 minutes in length and feature author and speaker, Mike Foster. Mike is the founder of People of the Second Chance and the creator of Rescue Academy. An unassuming and engaging speaker, Mike’s style is very conversational and easy to listen to.

Each of the workbook sessions include a set of sections and activities. A creative introduction, a video viewing guide, and a helpful set of discussion questions is standard for each session. In addition, each session also includes a “real life rescue” example (that calls for thinking about how we should respond) and a creative element (or two) that will help participants absorb the principles and practices.

This paragraph from the website provides a helpful insight into the why behind the resource:

Most leaders are overwhelmed with trying to accommodate all the coaching/counseling needs within their church or organization. Rescue Academy solves this problem by training your people to handle almost every life-counseling situation and create healthy next steps. Rescue Academy makes it simple, safe and removes the hassle of having to do all the work.

Sound familiar? Sound like something that might be a helpful resource? I thought so!

I like Resource Academy and I think you will too.

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