NYC Church Takes A Radical Approach To Grief During Thanksgiving Weekend

Zoe Ministries Church Offers a 2-Day Seminar for Those Who Experienced Loss & Grief

NEW YORK - Nov. 19, 2019 - PRLog -- Zoe Ministries Church invites the tri-state area to a special 2-day Radical Approach to Grief seminar with Coach Jean Lloyd on Friday, November 29, and Saturday, November 30, 2019, from 9:00am to 5:00pm EST. This special seminar will share and answer questions like what is loss and what is grief? It will also produce real-life solutions on how to transform the way you look at grief and loss.

During the holidays, it can be difficult for those who have lost a loved one, who lost a job, or any type of loss. It is a reminder that someone or something is absent in a person's life. Zoe Ministries Church and Coach Jean Lloyd joined forces to provide a safe place for the community to reconstruct grief in their lives.

Coach Jean Lloyd has been in the communication and personal development industry for over 30 years. She has worked with large organizations, not only in the United States but in other countries. She has led courses to over 250,000 and is committed to reaching millions more.

Zoe Ministries Church has been called to the forefront not only to transform the prophetic Christian communities but the global community that impacts our everyday life. Co-founders Archbishop E. Bernard Jordan and Pastor Debra Jordan, they have been in ministry for over 36 years and strong pillars in the community.

Radical Approach to Grief will be held at Zoe Ministries Church, 310 Riverside Drive, New York, NY. To register, visit zoeministries.com/radical. There is a $250 donation required for the seminar. For all community leaders and public servants such as police, first responders, firefighters, and other community factions, the donation is waived.

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