This is a difficult time for our country and world. Many — some who may not even know it — are experiencing trauma. Nicole Martin assesses our current context as an opportunity for the Church to be the place of healing our world so desperately needs. She shares how the Trauma Healing Institute has been equipping pastors and laypeople to facilitate Trauma Healing groups and to experience God’s healing power in their lives and the lives of others.
NAE President Walter Kim hosts Today’s Conversation, where you’ll hear Nicole explain:
- How she has seen Bible engagement lead to healing;
- Why Christian leaders need to come to terms with their own trauma;
- What steps the Trauma Healing Institute pursues in the healing process; and
- How a better understanding of trauma helps us in the challenging issues of race.
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Walter:We’re in a season where emotions are running high with COVID, racial unrest, economic distress. Do you think we’re about to see a collective mental health breakdown? Are people going to be okay coming out of this?
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- Learn about the Trauma Healing Institute.
- Attend a Trauma Healing training session.
- Listen to other relevant NAE podcasts:
- Read the Fall 2020 Evangelicals Magazine | Today’s Crisis Has Multiplied & Exposed Trauma: How Will the Church Respond?
Today’s Conversation is brought to you by Christian Community Credit Union.