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Partner with Embodied Faith

Many Christians struggle to integrate questions of mental health, trauma, and psychology with their journey of faith. Sometimes, people just leave faith when they begin to take their mental health issues seriously.  But that shouldn't be the case. 

 

Geoff Holsclaw (PhD) and Cyd Holsclaw (PCC), in their work through EMBODIED FAITH, mine all the resources God gave us—from brain science to Bible study, from spiritual direction to theological doctrine—to help people faithfully grow in relational capacity and spiritual maturity.

 

EMBODIED FAITH is supported by the generous gifts of individuals and churches. Your gifts help us create resources for integrating relational neuroscience and spiritual formation in order to equip a new generation of Jesus followers. 

These gifts help us produce the Embodied Faith podcast, create print and digital resources, and run learning cohorts. 

Financial Partner Information

IS EMBODIED FAITH A NON-PROFIT? 

​Yes. Embodied Faith is an individual project within Grassroots Christianity, of which Geoff Holsclaw is the founder and director.

 

Grassroots Christianity has partnered with Revival Valley, which is a fully functioning non-profit organization (with a 501(c)3 tax status and a board of directors).

All contributions to Embodied Faith are given to Revival Valley. They manage the records, budget, and supervision of Grassroots Christianity and Embodied Faith

HOW CAN I CONTRIBUTE?

Donate through the Revival Valley contribution page for Grassroots Christianity

WHAT WILL WE BE ABLE TO DO WITH MORE FUNDING?

  • Keep Learning Cohort costs as low as possible and be able to offer scholarships.

  • Offer coaching and spiritual direction at a reduced rate.

  • Add transcripts for all podcasts to resource a broader audience. 

  • Create new podcast shows addressing current events and culturally important topics. 

Who Are We?

Moving forward from their own DEEP WOUNDS and DISCONNECTED PATTERNS, Geoff and Cyd Holsclaw began learning about how our minds, memories, and bodies can keep us trapped in the past and fearful about the future—in our relationships and spirituality.
 

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