Personally mentored by Dallas Willard, Bill Gaultiere learned to thrive in the gentle of company of Jesus as he worked hard for him in the kingdom of God. How does serving in God’s kingdom affect you these days? It’s easy to become weary in the work. But Jesus said that his yoke was easy, his burden light. So how do we pull hard in the yoke of Christ, but do so in a spirit of restorative ease?
Join us at the Awakenings Fall Conference, featuring Drs. Bill and Kristi Gaultiere, doctors of psychology and co-founders of Soul Shepherding, a ministry dedicated to renewing the spiritual life of those pulling the plow with Jesus.
Come discover fresh rhythms of grace that will renew your heart, soul, mind and strength.
Set aside September 23 and 24 for a refreshing experience in Jesus’ Easy Yoke.
Saturday Seminar, September 23, 9:00 a.m. — 3:00 p.m.
$30.00 fee includes “Lunch with Jesus” and a copy of Your Best Life in Jesus’ Easy Yoke
Sunday Morning, September 24, 10:00—11:00
The Gaultiers will deliver the Sunday message at Bethel Baptist Church (no charge)
Sunday Morning, September 24, 11:30—12:30
Participate in a discussion on the message (no charge)
Sunday Evening, September 24, 6:00—8:00 p.m.
Short Seminar, $20.00 fee includes a copy of Your Best Life in Jesus’ Easy Yoke
Meet the Gaultieres
Doctors Bill and Kristi Gaultier are both doctors of psychology and the co-founders of Soul Shepherding, Inc. They provide emotional and spiritual care for pastors and leaders in a variety of formats, including one-on-one counseling, small group seminars, and retreat settings. Their website, www.soulshepherding.com, is a treasure trove of hundreds of authentic stories and practical resources to help you flourish in your life, love, and leadership with Jesus.
What others have said
With the help of Dallas Willard, Bill Gaultiere became Jesus’ apprentice and learned how to live and minister to others in God’s peace and power. With real life stories, fresh Biblical insights, and practical steps he invites you to enjoy Your Best Life in Jesus’ Easy Yoke.
When Dallas saw the first version of this book he remarked, “This is ground- breaking! Pastors and others will come under this teaching and develop aspects of it in their own ministry.”
“Eventually our well runs dry. Perhaps we dug into the arid ground of perfectionism, anxiety, overwork, or self-promotion. Here’s a map to show us where to dig deeply into the well-spring of God’s sustaining grace. I am so grateful for Bill Gaultiere, who lived Easy Yoke before he wrote it. – Larry Winger, CEO of Provision Ministries