How We Love – Relationship Seminar

Our early life experiences, for better or How We Love Bookworse, teach us how to love. Stumbling over the same irksome “dance steps” in their relationships, people usually have no clue there’s another way – a better way. Using attachment theory, experts Milan and Kay Yerkovich have created the tools to take your relationships to the next level, starting today.

September 18-19

Check-in begins at 6:00 pm on Friday.

Friday session is from 7-9 pm.

Saturday morning begins with refreshments at 7:30 am.

Saturday session is from 8:30-12:30.

Cost is $25 per person

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Milan and Kay Yerkovich co-authored the book, How We Love. This book helps individuals identify negative responses learned in childhood that sabotage relationships, creating invisible barriers to love. By learning to recognize the harmful imprints of the past, they provide practical solutions and ground-breaking principles that help individuals to break free and move toward a deeper, more passionate relationships.

Milan Yerkovich is a pastoral counselor and an ordained minister with a Master’s Degree in Biblical Studies. You’ll hear Milan as a frequent co-host on the New Life Live radio program.

Kay Yerkovich is a licensed Marriage and Family therapist with a Master’s Degree in Counseling. She has been helping couples and families with attachment theory tools in her professional counseling for more than 30 years.

Milan and Kay have been married 34 years and are the parents of four adult children. They make their home in Southern California.

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101 Cardinal Drive
Denton, TX 76209



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9:30 - Worship (English Service)
10:10 - Bible Class (Birth to 8th grade following the Kid's church time until the end of service)
11:00 - Worship (Spanish Service)

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