Sunday, February 25, 2018, 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Bringing Out The Best: A Marriage Seminar About Growing Together
Date: February 25th
Time: 1pm -4pm
Cost: $10 per person
*child care will be provided
Description of the Seminar
Scripture tells us that we can learn to live in the new self in Christ and be patient, kind and gentle with those around us. Sometimes in marriage, however, we find ourselves impatient, often critical and certainly not gentle with the people that we are closest to in life.
This marriage seminar is designed to help couples understand how the marriage itself can be a powerful tool to help transform all of us into new persons in Christ, not only changing who we are in marriage but also who we are to others around us. Backed by strong psychological principles and sound Biblical teachings, Terry and Sharon Hargrave will help incorporate recent research about the brain and how people change into an informative and entertaining presentation.
Speakers: Drs. Terry and Sharon Hargrave
Terry Hargrave, Ph.D. is a Professor of Marriage and Family Therapy at Fuller Theological Seminary. He is nationally recognized for his pioneering work with intergenerational families. Dr. Hargrave has authored numerous professional articles and eleven books including 5 Days to a New Marriage (Co-authored with Shawn Stoever) and The Essential Humility of Marriage: Honoring the Third Identity in Couple Therapy.
Dr. Hargrave has presented nationally and internationally on the concepts and processes of family and marriage restoration and caregiving issues. His work has been featured in several national magazines and newspapers, as well as ABC News 20/20, Good Morning America and CBS Early Morning. He has been selected as a national conference plenary speaker and as a Master's Series Therapist by the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy.
Sharon Hargrave is the Executive Director for the Boone Center for the Family at Pepperdine University in Malibu, California. She is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in both California and Texas. In her secondary role at Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California she teaches as an affiliate instructor for the Marriage and Family Therapy Department and works with leadership couples on campus.
Sharon travels with her husband and speaks nationally and internationally on issues pertaining to couples in ministry, marriage, intergenerational relationships, parenting and the Restoration Therapy model. She also works with couples in crisis using the marriage intensive model.
Terry and Sharon have been married for 38 years and have two married adult children.