Colonial Baptist Church is pleased to welcome Dr. Michael Sytsma for a

Passionate Intimacy Workshop

Friday and Saturday, February 9-10, 2018.

REGISTER

Whether you've been married for 4 months or 40 years, virtually every couple could benefit from an opportunity to learn critical information that will help you enrich the sexual intimacy in your marriage.

Even if you're are quite pleased as a couple, developing or enhancing a biblical view of intimacy and grounding your intimacy on biblical principles is valuable for your marriage. The truth is, most couples have important concerns and questions about their sexual relationship. Those areas are addressed during this workshop in a safe, nurturing, and informative manner.

God has provided us with help. This workshop is designed to assist you with the understanding and skills needed to enjoy God’s design for physical and emotional closeness. We will do this with sound Biblical teaching, current research and a bit of laughter in a safe, comfortable atmosphere.

Details and Logistics

February 9-10, 2018

  • Friday: 5:00PM - 7:00PM
  • Saturday: 9:00AM - 4:00PM

$125 per couple.

Consider making a weekend of it, and get a hotel room even if you live locally.

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Meet Our Speaker:

Michael Sytsma is a pastor at heart with a clear gift in teaching. He is passionate about marriage and helping couples grow in their marriage. This passion is clearly evident as he engages a room full of couples in looking at their marriage with hope and increased confidence. His giftedness in teaching helps couples learn important truths about marriage in a fun and interesting way.

As a therapist, Michael is a compassionate pastor who is not afraid to encourage you to grow. He believes God gives each of us the strength we need to become all He desires us to become and to grow our marriage into the intimate union God designed. His workshops and seminars have touched many couples in the Southeast. He is a regular speaker at national AACC (American Association of Christian Counselors) and CAPS (Christian Association for Psychological Studies) conferences and to other Pastors, counselors and therapists to the Christian community.

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