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We can all identify times when we have been triggered by things that put our brains into what can be referred to as, “Enemy mode.” In enemy mode, we can be angry and defensive even toward people we normally like. When we are in enemy mode, we can be convinced we are in the right and yet be blind to where we are in the wrong. In enemy mode we can have destructive opinions, attitudes, and thus actions toward others: friends, family, strangers, anyone. And when we are in enemy mode we tend to attack or withdraw, instead of living and loving from the heart Jesus gave us.

In this 1 hour webinar, Dr. Jim Wilder shares insights on what exactly enemy mode is, how enemy mode ‘works’ in our brains, and some of the practical things we can do to help ourselves, and others, when we fall into enemy mode. This webinar was recorded live on July 1, 2020.

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Founder Life Model Works

Dr. Jim Wilder (Ph.D., Clinical Psychology, and M.A. Theology, Fuller Theological Seminary) has been training leaders and counselors for over 27 years on five continents. He is the author of multiple books with a strong focus on maturing and relationship skills for leaders. His coauthored book Living From the Heart Jesus Gave You has sold over 100,000 copies and is printed in eleven languages. Wilder has published numerous articles and developed four sets of video and relational leadership training called THRIVE.

He is the founder and chief neurotheologian of Life Model Works, a nonprofit working at the intersection of brain science and theology that is building contagiously healthy Christian communities through equipping existing networks with the skills to thrive. Dr. Wilder has extensive counseling experience and has served as a guest lecturer at Fuller Seminary, Biola, Talbot Seminary, Point Loma University, Montreat College, Tyndale Seminary and elsewhere.

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