Singles Seminar

 Seminar Info

2.20.2016 Saturday

Time: 3-7pm
Fee: $15/person (Dinner included)

Write check payable to: SJCAC;
memo: Singles Seminar

“You may have heard about having “boundaries in relationships” but what does that really mean and how does that actually work? Can it actually be a good thing? In this interactive workshop, you will discover what a boundary looks like, learn about some common boundary myths, learn what it takes to develop healthy boundaries in any kind of relationship and gain helpful tools to begin to establish healthier boundaries, by drawing on God wisdom. Presentation of the material is based on Dr. Henry Could & Dr. John Townsend’s “Boundaries” book.”

“Being a loving and unselfish Christian
does not mean never telling anyone no.”
– Boundaries

Speakers: Michelle & Sam Park

Ten years ago, Michelle and Sam heard God tell them that He wanted His families back. Since then, this has been their passion. Michelle is a counselor at Redeemer Counseling Services in New York City ( She is a Marriage and Family Therapist Associate who studied at the Alliance Graduate School of Counseling in Nyack, NY. She is a seminar director for the Prepare-Enrich Assessment and is a Gottman 7 Principles for Making Marriage Work Educator. She is also an adjunct professor for the Alliance Graduate School of Counseling in Nyack, NY for their Marriage and Family Therapy Program. Her heart’s desire is to journey with couples and families so that they will reach their relational potential. She is married to Sam, who is the lead Pastor of The Sycomore of the C&MA in Queens, NY. Apart from his love of Jesus, his family, and investing in the next generation of leaders, his other absolute passion is fishing. They have been married for 12 years and have two spunky, creative and fun-loving daughters Sophia (9) and Emma Jay (6) who keep things in the house always interesting!


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