Healing the Wounds of the Heart

Trauma Healing Equipping Session

Equipping you to lead healing groups in your community

Church of the Servant

January 10-13, 2019

Many people have experienced trauma or wounds of the heart as a result of war and violence, moving from one country to another, domestic or sexual abuse, or crime and incarceration. The church has a role to play in bringing the life-changing message of the Bible to people so they can receive God’s healing from trauma.

Church or the Servant is offering an intensive, four-day equipping session designed to give local leaders an opportunity to experience healing of their own trauma while they are trained to facilitate sessions in their communities. After participating in this equipping session, leaders will be able to lead healing groups in their own churches or organizations.

Local Leaders have an opportunity to experience healing of their own trauma while they are trained to facilitate sessions in their own communities. They return for an advanced training session after they have led two or more local healing sessions.

 

ABOUT THE EQUIPPING SESSION at Church of the Servant:

Details:

This intensive, interactive training course will use the American Bible Society’s trauma healing program (thi.americanbible.org). It will be held over the course of four days at Church of the Servant in Grand Rapids MI. Meals and snacks are included.

Schedule • January 10-13:

Thursday, Jan. 10 • 6 – 9 pm

Friday, Jan. 11 • 8 am – 5:30 pm

Saturday, Jan. 12 • 8 am – 8 pm

Sunday, Jan. 13 • 12:30 – 8 pm

Cost:

$75 per participant, $40 for students

Scholarships may be available upon request

Please submit payments using this online portal. Select a one-time gift in the “Equipping Session” field and enter $75 or $40 for students. You will be asked to create a guest account in order to submit payments. You may also make arrangements to pay by cash or check. Contact Ann Kapteyn with any questions or concerns about payment.

Facilitators:

Training is led by master facilitators Cami & Larry Robbins, who live and work as missionaries in Central African Republic

Register:

RSVP using the form below by Dec. 8

or contact Ann Kapteyn at ann_kapteyn@sil.org