Winsome Conviction Seminar

OCT 17 | 3-5P

Could you imagine being able to talk with someone radically different than you and actually come to an understanding, actually convey with gentility the Gospel of Christ, and actually represent and display the compassion and love of God? Sign up to attend the Winsome Conviction Seminar at Bethel Richland on October 17th to gain practical skills on how to have difficult conversations.




Winsome Conviction Seminar


OCT 17 | 3-5P


tim muehlhoff

Tim Muehlhoff

In addition to being an author, Tim is a professor of communication at Biola University in La Mirada, California where he teaches classes in family communication, interpersonal communication, apologetics, gender, and conflict resolution.  He completed a Ph.D. in communication theory at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (2003) where his dissertation focused on helping couples move past marital gridlock—difficult issues in marriage that won’t go away despite time and effort—by working through an original four-phase communication model.  For over 30 years he served with Cru (formerly Campus Crusade for Christ) in the campus ministry, short-term missions (Kenya, Russia, Lithuania), and with Keynote as a trainer for The Comm Lab—a center that trains Cru staff, pastors, and lay people in evangelistic speaking and apologetics.   For the past 20 years Tim and his wife, Noreen, have been frequent speakers at FamilyLife Marriage Conferences.  Currently, Tim is on staff with Biola’s Center for Marriage and Relationships ( where he is an author, speaker, and co-host of The Art of Relationship podcast.  Tim and Noreen live in Brea, California with their three sons, Michael, Jason, and Jeremy.



Winsome Conviction

You’ve probably heard the refrain that “Americans are more divided than ever” a lot over the last few months. That’s a little dramatic in a country that endured things like, say, the Civil War. But for most of us who are alive right now, the level of divisiveness does seem to be screeching at an unusually high pitch, and the data does point to a growing gulf in how Americans of different political parties see the world.




How to Disagree with Winsome Conviction

There are times during conflict when our strong convictions can cause us to lose our relationships. Conflict is universal - we all face conflict at some point. But, are we managing the issues that divide us in a way that actually makes our relationships healthier? In this week's episode, Dr. Chris Grace and Dr. Tim Muehlhoff talk about how to disagree well in our relationships and within the church with Winsome Conviction.





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