Resilient Families in a Complex World Seminar

Event details

  • Sunday | 22/05/2022 to Friday | 27/05/2022
  • 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
  • Via Zoom

Get insights into intimacy within families and marriages and practical tips to achieving healthy, wholesome and spiritual relationships within families and way to resolve conflict.

If you’re married, single, seeking to get married, or a young adult then this programme is for you!

In today’s society, families and marriages are being attacked by the forces od evil. We see the statistics for divorce and broken families have risen over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic. Husbands and wives as well as members of the family have not been equipped with the necessary tools to resolve conflict. This seminar will provide the practical tools from a biblical perspective, to assist families to overcome the attacks of the devil whose plan is to destroy families, marriages and relationships.


  • Sun, 22 May – Breaking the Crazy Cycle: Decoding Ephesians 5:33
  • Mon, 23 May – Four Destructive Traits that Predict a Divorce
  • Tues, 24 May – Achieving Family Intimacy
  • Thur, 26 May – It Should Not Have Gone Down Like That: An Approach to Conflict Resolution
  • Fri, 27 May – Let’s Talk Family Spirituality

Zoom details

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Meeting ID: 858 4665 9078
Passcode: 258854

About the speaker

Pastor Joel Shillingford is an ordained Minister of the Gospel. He was born in Guadeloupe, but raised in Dominica. He is married to Minerva and their union has blessed them with two lovely children. Pastor Shillingford now resides in Jamaica, where he applies his pastoral ministry. He joined the dynamic team of workers at Central Jamaica Conference of Seventh Day Adventists in 2018 and was assigned to the Mile Gully District of Churches in Northern Manchester. Pastor Shillingford is a licensed Counselling Psychologist with the Council for Profession Supplementary to Medicine and a member of the Jamaica Psychology Society. He loves family Therapy and Counselling and assists individuals in the area of mental and relational health. He moves by the philosophy, ‘It is better to be walking in the right direction than to be running with full might in the wrong direction.’