Picking up the Pieces- Exploring Healing from past Traumas
Covid Regulations permitting, our courses will now be presented via two platforms, simultaneously. However, if not permitting, Explore will continue to be available online ONLY!
You may book and join EXPLORE ONLINE, and explore with us via online streaming on a Friday evening 18:30-20:45 and for the day on Saturday 9:00-16:30, OR you may elect to do our dual EXPLORE PROGRAMME, where the Friday evening’s sessions are streamed online, and the Saturdays’ sessions are attended live at Shere House.
To book for a course, complete your details and pay online, and the link and details regarding the login for the event will be sent to you in an email. Those joining at Shere on Saturday should register in the bookshop on Saturday morning between 8 and 9 am, and collect their badges and notes. Those joining online-only will be emailed their notes after payment.
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Doctors recognise that those who experience a sudden accident or trauma are not just damaged in their physical bodies but frequently experience a deeper heartfelt problem that can affect them long after the event.
This can be post stress mental issues, or it can even be an injury and symptom that persists despite the doctors best efforts. When there is nothing else the medical profession can do, many are left wondering if there is an answer to their ongoing struggles with the consequences of what they experienced. The answer is yes, there are ways to pray into these moments of trauma, to go back to the source of the pain and bring release.
These moments may be physical accidents or receiving news of the unexpected loss of a loved one, financial tragedy, horrific abuse, or some devastating shock that rips into your core and shatters trust. The response and outworking of this shock inside our soul and spirit can cause untold inner person damage.
This course will explore what it really means to be broken in soul and spirit by accidents and traumas, and how the promise of Jesus to ‘bind up broken hearts’ can bring wonderful restoration and healing to the whole of our being. As a ministry, we have seen many people healed physically as well as finding freedom from the inner consequences of things like fear and anxiety which have resulted from accidents and traumas.