The Journey to Wholeness - Training Module Two
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The Journey to Wholeness Seminar is a two-part training program composed of two modules: Pathways to Healing (Module I) and Embracing the Ministry of Formational (Module II). Combined these two modules will prepare clergy, counselors, family life counselors, lay counselors and Christian educators to provide care and intervention to hurting individuals and families.
Both modules focus on the ministry of Formational Prayer, a healing care ministry pioneered by Dr. Terry Wardle. Formational Prayer is a ministry of the Holy Spirit, moving through a Christian caregiver, bringing the healing presence of Jesus into the place of pain and brokenness within a wounded person. Special applications of the Formational Prayer Model will be the focus of this skills development training for helping the broken. Each module includes teaching, modeling, group experience and special workshops.
Module II: Objectives
- Demonstrate pathways that help people dismantle destructive false beliefs
- Biblical and Theological foundations for inner-healing
- Principles of Spiritual warfare and healing
- Equip Caregivers for good self-care
- Teach steps for dealing with deep wounds
- Sin, Wounds, Brokenness and the place of forgiveness
Full Seminar brochure available here.
R. Neal Siler
Dr. R. Neal Siler, Senior Pastor of First Shiloh Baptist Church is a clinician and founder of The Healing Place Center for Counseling and Spiritual Formation. He holds a PhD in Counseling Psychology and a D. Min. in Formational Counseling. He is an adjunct professor and director of HCM International's Spiritual Formation and the Art of Spiritual Direction Program.
In addition to conducting numerous seminars and workshops in healing soul care for counselors, clergy and pastoral care professionals he is a contributing author for UMI's Pastor's Precepts Commentary, the author of How I Got Over: Healing for the African American Soul and several other books and small group curricula that focuses on spiritual formation, soul care and inner healing in the African American experience.