Join us on Saturday, March 23rd for The Art of Communicating seminar and dinner! Our speakers, Dr. Chris and Alisa Grace, are professors and directors of Biola University’s Center of Marriage and Relationships. We are excited to have them sharing their wisdom on conflict resolution and effective communication with us!
When: Saturday, March 23 from 5-8pm
Where: VOH Hope Building
Cost: $25 per person | $45 per couple | $5 for 1 child | $10 for 2+ children
Registration Deadline: March 10
1. Submit registration information: The Art of Communicating Registration Form
2. Submit payment online: mogiv.com/voh/artofcommunicating.
Cost: $25 per person or $45 per couple (covers seminar materials and dinner)
Chris and Alisa Grace speak regularly to married couples, churches, and college students on relationships, dating and marriage. With professional training as well as practical experience from nurturing their marriage of over 30 years, they have counseled thousands of couples, sharing foundational and practical insights on enhancing intimacy. They also partner with the Center for Healthy Relationships at John Brown University to provide seminars and couples retreats at colleges and universities and conference centers nationwide.
Chris serves as the founding director of Biola University’s Center for Marriage and Relationships and has been on the faculty of Rosemead School of Psychology for over 30 years. He earned his M.S. and Ph.D. in experimental social psychology from Colorado State University and previously served as the vice president for Student Development and University Planning, as well as the chair of the undergraduate psychology department at Biola University.
Alisa serves as the co-director of the Biola University Center for Marriage and Relationships where she also co-teaches a class with Chris on Christian perspectives on marriage and relationships. She previously served as director of women’s ministries at Redemption Hill Church – Whittier Hills, and director of Internal Communications and University Events at Biola. She attended Baylor University and Texas Tech University, and earned a B.A. in communications from Biola University. She also previously served as the associate teaching director for Community Bible Study in Fullerton, CA.