Harvest USA Seminar Resources : Harvest USA Seminar Resources

Seminar Resources


Harvest USA teaches at numerous events throughout the country. On occasion it is more effective for attendees to have seminar resources: notes and handouts ahead of time. We will provide the notes here, through our website, so individuals can download PDF versions that accompany the online webinars.



WEBINAR:     Women to Women: A webinar series for women dealing with relational & sexual                                    struggles – September 2017

SPEAKER:      Ellen Dykas, Women’s Ministry Coordinator


Women of all ages and life-stages are facing the pain of relational and sexual struggles. Pornography and promiscuity are not “men’s” issues only! Many Christian marriages are being impacted by sexual unfaithfulness and hurting spouses don’t know what to do. Then, while it seems ‘less harmful’, unholy emotional attachments are also wreaking havoc in the lives of many. For those who need help understanding these struggles and how to apply the hope of the gospel to them.

Join Ellen Dykas in a 3-session webinar on this topic.

Handout for week 1
:  Emotional Affairs

Additional material for week 1:  Resources List,   Women’s Friendships, JBC,   When Women’s Friendships Turn Sexual


Handout for week 2: Starting Groups for Women

Additional material for week 2: Group Commitment Form, Abiding in the Vine, Proactive Accountability Article


Handout for week 3: Guidelines for Sharing in Wives Group

Additional material for week 3: Helping Wives Begin to Heal, Wives Group Description


EVENT: The Gospel Coalition Nat. Women’s Conference 2016: Resurrection Life – In a World of Suffering

WORKSHOP: Emotional and Sexual Wholeness: Cultivating Christ’s Love, Displacing Relational Idols

SPEAKER:       Ellen Dykas, Women’s Ministry Coordinator


We all desire the security of feeling loved—and we all are tempted to find that security not in God our Creator but in unhealthy relationships with people around us. In what ways do we tend to practice idolatry, with people (and our experiences with them) as the object of our worship? How do messy and enslaving relational patterns form? Most important, in Christ, how can we grow from unholy dependency on people, into women who live out 1 Pet 1:22: having a sincere and deep-hearted love for others that is free and whole?

For Handouts click Here



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