The Presbytery of Ohio Valley is offering
two identical opportunities for Boundary Training
Monday, October 1 – Indiana Presbyterian Church, Vincennes
Tuesday, October 2 – Mitchell Presbyterian Church
10:00am — 3:00pm (lunch will be provided)
Boundary training is required for all
- minister members of the presbytery
- ruling elders commissioned to pastoral service
- certified christian educators and certified associate christian educators
- ministers of other denominations serving in one of our churches.
If you are a person who is required to attend but are not able to do so, please email the Stated Clerk, David Crittenden, (firstname.lastname@example.org) with your request and the reason you need to be excused. You will be contacted to arrange for a way to complete the training at another time.
Others are welcome and encouraged to attend.
To register for one of these events, click this link http://www.presbyteryov.org/news/event-registration/
Please register by Thursday, September 20
We thank the Synod of Lincoln Trails for its partnership,
and we invite others within the bounds of the synod to join us.
Our presenter will be Mark Sundby, M.Div., Ph.D.
Licensed Psychologist and Executive Director of LeaderWise
Mark has served as a consultant, teacher, and counselor in the field of psychology for over twenty years. For the past eighteen years, as executive director of LeaderWise/North Central Ministry Development Center, he has specialized in personality and leadership assessment, with an emphasis on health and wholeness, leadership development, and conflict skills training. The center contracts with over fifteen businesses, denominations, and seminaries to provide leadership assessments, and meets with about 750 to 1,000 individuals each year.
As executive director of LeaderWise, Mark regularly presents keynote addresses and workshops on a variety of topics, including conflict management, resiliency, emotional intelligence, and competency modeling to measure and develop effective leaders. Since 1993, he has also served as a visiting professor at St. Olaf College, teaching classes in counseling psychology, health psychology, and the psychology of leadership. In addition to St. Olaf, he has also taught at the graduate level at Saint Mary’s University and United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities.
Mark is an ordained United Methodist pastor in the Wisconsin Conference and a licensed psychologist. He earned his doctorate in counseling psychology from the University of Minnesota, masters of divinity from the University of Chicago, and bachelors from St. Olaf College. In his personal life, Mark keeps busy with family, being married for thirty-two years and having two young adult sons, and pursuing interests in bicycling, hiking, exercising, cooking, reading, and spending time with friends.