Ready to change the conversations regarding mental wellness for your church, faith communities, or school?

Goby School could be just what you are looking for!

The Goby Team has prepared a series of messages, large group lessons, and small group lessons ready for implementation by your church, community group, school, or faith-based organization. We have created resources ready to be utilized at assemblies, speaking events, or one-days. Lessons have been created for family break-out sessions as well as small group and large group lessons for Preschoolers through High School Students. We also have messages specifically designed for college students. Our presentations can be uniquely crafted and tailored for your audience. Toby is a dynamic and engaging speaker and will equip and challenge audiences of all ages to reframe what wellness can look like in the not yet struggles of life.

A four-month automated text series is also available for audiences to access at the conclusion of each event providing mental wellness resources to help folks swim upstream-all at no cost!

Books can be made available for purchase at your event for a minimal fee.

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