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How can the wounds of our hearts be healed?

Please join our small group to bring healing to wounds to the heart—emotions, spirit, soul—from trauma or loss. If you suffer from hopelessness, nightmares, ongoing sadness or exhaustion, unexplained anger, flashbacks, being overwhelmed, feelings of isolation, or unprocessed grief, whatever the source, this small group may be for you.

Sections covered in this course:
1. If God loves us, why do we suffer?
2. What is a wound of the heart?
3. What can help our heart wounds heal?
4. What happens when someone is grieving?
5. Bringing our pain to the cross.
6. How can we forgive others?

When:   Tuesdays, starting January 17, 31, Feb 7, 21, March 7th and March 21st.
Time:     6:30am - 9:00pm
Where:  Pacific Community Church
Cost:      $8.99 for the paperback workbook. Healing the Wounds of Trauma: How the Church Can Help (Stories from North America) 2021 edition  *print at home version  LINK HERE


The group will be led by facilitators who are trained in Bible- based trauma healing. Together, we will make a safe space for group members to discover what the Bible says about suffering, learn about trauma and it's effects, explore any trauma or loss you may be carrying. It will help you get unstuck, reconnected and ready to move on in life to build resilience for the future. 

This healing group uses the proven and time-tested model of the Trauma Healing Institute at American Bible Society. Using applied Scripture and best mental health principles, we can help you address spiritual and emotional wounds caused by trauma of war, violence, natural disasters, serious accidents, and abuse.

The group will use the book Healing the Wounds of Trauma: How the Church Can Help. It is in use in over 100 countries with more than 194 language groups in Africa, Asia, the Pacific and the Americas. To learn more about the model, the Trauma Healing Institute, and its work in equipping and supporting a global community of workers in trauma care, please visit

For more information please contact Stacy Dryfhout at