About Samuel Williams
Samuel Williams discusses how people have been categorized into different races and the systemic injustices that can be experienced by people of different races. He then outlines how the Church needs to engage in the experiences of its members and encourage diversity.
Samuel is a graduate of University of Madras (B.B.A., 1998), Tyndale Seminary (M.Div., 2004), Regis College (S.T.M, 2008) and is currently doing a Doctor of Ministry (D.Min) degree at Wilfrid Laurier University in Spiritual Care and Psychotherapy. He is a member of the Canadian Association for Spiritual Care (CASC) and is working towards a clinical membership with the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT).
Samuel enjoys counselling people of various cultures and all walks of life. He is committed to creating a safe place for healing and change and works with a wide range of issues, including: depression, anxiety, anger management, self-esteem, marital and relationship conflict, addictions, grief, trauma, coping with disabilities, cultural adjustments, work and career concerns and spiritual issues, in both individuals and couples.
Samuel is also a licensed minister with the Evangelical Covenant Church (ECC). He has nearly 13 years of pastoral care experience and is currently the teaching pastor at Avenue Community Church. He enjoys spending time with his wife Angela, reading books and watching movies.