Raising kids is hard work. Knowing how to navigate new family dynamics, digital environments, and anxiety that seems to now surround our kids is even more challenging. Asbury’s new Family Classes for families with little ones through high schoolers provide a way to connect families with local experts to become better equipped and strengthened in knowing how to walk with kids through their developmental years. The safety and health of our kids is top priority, and Asbury is excited to offer a safe place for families to grow together.
February 18 | 6:30-8:30pm
Building 1 Fellowship Hall
Free KidsCare available for 6 weeks – 5th grade with registration.
Our next Family Class, led by local relationship experts Carl and Lisa Peck will equip couples, or anyone looking for a fresh perspective on relationships, with healthy tools for communications, conflict management, and good relational connections that are also helpful for the other relationships in your life with children, family members, and friends.
About Carl and Lisa:
Carl and Lisa Peck are counselors who have their own counseling and consulting ministry in Huntsville, Alabama. They have been in practice for over 25 years. In addition to private practice, both have been serving as trainers and partners with the Great Commandment Network (formerly Intimate Life Ministries) for over 2 decades conducting seminars and workshops around the country on singles and marriage/family-related issues. They are both graduates of Denver Seminary and have been married 24 years. As a relational educator, Lisa has a heart for helping people experience and develop relational health which has led her to create in-home coaching classes, experiential tools to facilitate better communication around emotional and spiritual issues, as well as relational workshops to allow more people to personally experience relational revival. Formerly a coach and consultant for the Center for Relational Leadership, today Carl uses those skills to minister to numerous leaders around the country, in the art of relational attunement in the church and workplace. In addition to his practice, Carl serves as the Chairman of the Board for Center for Relational Care. In their spare time, Carl and Lisa enjoy Auburn football with family and friends, camping and most any outside activity that involves adventure.
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Available resources will be emailed after each class.