February 5, -
3 p.m. February 6, 2016,
|Location||Bethel Seminary St. Paul|
|Cost||$20 per couple (covers all retreat sessions and three meals)|
|Sponsors||Center for Relationship Enrichment at John Brown University|
Office of Student Development and Support at Bethel Seminary St. Paul
This retreat is for Bethel students (CAPS, GS, Seminary, or CAS) who are engaged, seriously dating, or in their first five years of marriage. Retreat sessions will focus on the theme, "Healthy Conflict: Key to Intimacy." Space is limited, and registration closes January 22.About the Speakers
Dr. Steve Lee, Ed.D., and Twyla Lee, ACSW, LCSW, are Bethel grads who have celebrated 40 years of marriage and have co-led various marriage and family events for more than 21 years. Currently, Steve is an adjunct professor of psychology at Huntington University, and Twyla is an associate professor and lead faculty for the BSW online program at Indiana Wesleyan University. Both are passionate about sharing from their extensive professional experience as well as their personal experience of the joys and challenges of marriage. As career educators, they know the world of college students and feel called to prepare engaged couples and strengthen married student relationships. They live in Colorade and co-direct Authentic Relationships, a consulting business.
To register or learn more, contact Beth Clark, Seminary Office of Student Development and Support, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 651.638.6148.