YCP Cleveland is excited to welcome Paul J. Kim for a discussion about the trials and tribulations that we face as young adults. Join us via Zoom for an epic presentation by Paul as he covers:
- Relationships, Dating, & Marriage
- Vocational Discernment
- Dealing with Personal Issues
- Financial Peace & Debt Management
- Discovering One’s Purpose
- Catholic Spiritual Life
ABOUT PAUL J. KIM
Paul J. Kim is one of the most sought after Catholic speakers of his generation. His presentations have impacted people of all ages in 47 states and 14 countries over the past decade, leading them to life-changing encounters with Christ. He’s the author of “A Catholic Guide to Adulting” online course, the founder of the Triumph Men’s Conference, he’s released two music albums, and his videos have accumulated over 2 million views. His background includes work as a marriage and family therapist and religious formation with the Franciscan Friars of the Renewal. In his free time, he enjoys long walks on the beach, talking to strangers in random accents, and taco Tuesdays. He resides in Austin, TX with his beautiful wife & four children.
For more information, visit PJKmusic.com
Whether you’re single with 100k in debt and addicted to Whole Foods; or married with a mortgage and a minivan that is filled with drooling bundles of joy; learning how to take on all of the responsibilities that adulthood requires can be overwhelming. From relationships & marriage, to finance, personal issues, career paths, and discovering the purpose of our lives/vocation… “Adulting” is not some option we can defer on for a more convenient time, but a necessity that we need to embrace. Thankfully, Christ offers us all the grace and wisdom to make this process not only possible but exciting and life-giving.
In this presentation, Paul will offer insight from Scripture, world-class authors & influencers, and personal experience (including his training in marriage & family therapy); on how to not only avoid making a hot mess of one’s young adulthood (and beyond) but to also thrive, succeed, and have a good laugh while living life to the full.