Healing Heart Wounds
Start Date: Feb 20, 2023
Join us in a small group format to explore healing from heart wounds and loss through Scripture and mental health principles. We will engage in material from the Trauma Healing Institute and American Bible Society that explores God’s presence in suffering, the process of healing, releasing emotional pain, building resilience for the future, and forgiveness. Groups are led by trained facilitators.
Class Cost: $15
Monday nights, 6:30-9pm
In-Person at WHDuration:
Tim Staiger, Michelle Cashman, George Johnson
Tim and his wife Deb have attended Woodland Hills for over 16 years. He has been a volunteer in the Care Ministry for the last 12-13 years, serving as a lay counselor, a member of the lay counseling leadership team, altar prayer team lead, and has led several mission teams to Costa Rica. He is a Training Facilitator with the Trauma Healing Institute and has co-facilitated several healing groups. He has a heart for coming along side those who are hurting or struggling, and has a passion for seeing healing in the hearts and lives of our sisters and brothers. Outside of Woodland Hills, Tim is a store director for a local supermarket chain.
Michelle has been attending Woodland Hills since the early 90s. She volunteered as a coach/leader in Heroes Gate for many years and is currently volunteering with the welcome team. Michelle is the co-director of The TAP which meets at WH. Michelle lives in Woodbury with her 17-year-old daughter. By day, she owns and operates a company that provides services to people with disability labels. She has a passion for seeing people healed from past trauma and is excited to be a new facilitator for the Trauma Healing Institute.
George has been attending Woodland Hills for more than 12 years. He has been active in the Care Ministry, in weekly Bible study, and assists in Altar prayer. He lives in Saint Paul, Minnesota close to the church. In his professional life, he is an environmental scientist and public health specialist who works at the Minneapolis Veterans Administration Hospital.